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Electrotherapy 

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XPERIMENTS 


OBSERVATIONS 


O N 


ELECTRICITY, 


MADE AT 


PHILADELPHIA in AMERICA. 



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LETTERS and PAPERS 

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PHILOSOPHICAL SUBJECTS. 

The Whole torreSed, methodized, improved, and now colle&ed into 
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PREAMBLE “E” 

The contents of this small booklet were intended to assist the student 
in the Electro-Therapeutical world, in obtaining the best possible result* 

from the style “E” Physicians Cabinet. 

The treatment of disease by means of electric current has become as 
firmly established as with drugs or other methods, and today the var:<u* 
currents are known and appreciated for their value, in hundreds of con¬ 
ditions. In earlier days, one of the chief disadvantages of the use of the 
different modalities was the lack of apparatus sufficiently powerful to pro¬ 
duce the most profound physiological effects. 

Style “E” is a thoroughly efficient, complete, result producing appliance. 
X-Ray—D’Arsonval—Gudin—High Frequency—Ozone—Tankless C rnpre**- 
ed Air—Nebulizers—Fluid Heater—Air Heater—Vibrators—Biers’ Hyper¬ 
emia by Vacuum—Cautery. Diagnostic and Sinusoidal Circuits, each and 
every one has a field of its own; and attachments for their proper use are 
included with the outfit. 

These instructions were carefully compiled for the style **E" Generator, 
and. as extreme care was exercised in simplifying, you should be able to 
derive excellent results by observing them as written. 

Please read them carefully, and when in trouble consult the proper page 
for advice before registering a complaint. 





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Vm'U * ,n1 


and 


By 




Vibr* ,ion 

uitto" v wi| 

,r,, !?.Vs rap* 1 ' 1 
P ul /Vibration 


indicator points to farthest point i 
find that although you still have 
By turning this same button t. 
r Vacuum may be obtained. 


s "i«e 

r 'Klu 


or 

ma (jC Vi^ ratl ° n . to Taper end of handle "\ •* - r 
Pnt , surface . vi ^. a ‘tor points toward Vibrat.on, Start Uotl"[ n 

sl ".'. N f' ,h ,o that ""•^"and strength of stroke hv means of collar «£.»• 
button , at ij U 3l * cns i;*fI p rare .should be exerric.i . 


Hot Air . . Taper end of handle “L" to tapered sock,, 

roobtain Heated atr ^on , he Binding Posts m any convent 

Uiagrai .rtornon Cautery Cords to posts "ft" ... 


To obtain" 1 .niaffrarn leaving ' , y ^»vei 

-\ir Heater Dtagra heayy mar00n Cautery Cords to posts “B- 
pusition- Now ecanwe on cabi net. 

•Bl." *' ,d ,0 , ... _ ir ,o pass through heater. Open points •f U l» 

start motor and all-™ t0 i e f t two lull turns. Set lever “H" 

,d»g “EH i> . t S?.'"|nd lever “G” on point “I,''.or off point Thro* i„ 
„„ point marked L increaS e he3t by moving lever G to right, 

.witch “A. and *™duaiy (q genf , rate enough heat at the start, hut you 
roint r mar «em nm |emperature may b e maintained on point '7" or T 

' aI attachment No. 1572 is arranged to screw into heater 

The a'r spreading * ^ ov ;<] C( j with outlet holes on the sides only, 

at point ''I' («**•■ " ; ' f t h e heat which would result, should the air he 

m prevent a conce t * h You will find, as a result, that when rub- 

allowed tepa« . d . j$ <| ippe( i on , the outermost edge will get just as 

.Ymas the center. When through shut off Current first, then shut off air. 

Von will readily see that with the above method, the Heat as well as the 
V olume of Air is under positive control at all times. 

Continued contraction and expansion caused by the repeated heating and 
coobng is apt to loosen the unit “F.” When this occurs, and heater fails to 
*ork. tighten same by screwing fast Tube “H. 

Our endeavor in designing this heater has been to make it as small as is 
consistent with the life of a coil necessary to furnish the required amount 
-■t air at the heat required. Both quantity ami beat of air are independently 
adjusted to any degree. Every heating element is Riven ;i thorough test ana 
if the sr nre are carried out, the coil will giv* et t j of a 1 

period of time New units can be purchased at 75 rents each. Postpaid. 

No other heating element on the market ran l>» readily renewed. 



Air Heater 

Drawing “H 1” 

A—Socket for Air connection. 

Band Bl—Binding posts for Electrical connectio 
C—Support for Air Spreading Attachment, and 
D and E—Air Chambers to keep outer walls cool. 
F—Heating Element. 

G—Contact Point. 

H—Knurled edge for use when removing Heath 
H I—Outer Chamber cover. 


Motor and Pump 

The paramount feature of any revolving or 
ism is to keep it lubricated. 

In the Thompson Plaster Pump this matter 
the operator to attend to, as the entire Pumping 
one oil cup conveniently situated. 

Grease cup No. 16 should be filled with greas 
To fill, unscrew the knurled cap and screw hacV 
the cap. Fill cup and re-insert piston, screwinj 
so of cross handle will feed grease to all parts 

We suggest a turn of feed screw about one 

The motor needs attention only after 6 mon 
not used excessively once per year will suffice. 

TO OIL MOTOR. It is necessary to lift ci 
an open space large enough to operate a screw 

Take off plate No, 44. 

Now remove the cups No. 42 with large sen 
in Ben/inc. re till ami replace, being careful to 
it will reach the shaft. 

Should the operator prefer to oil motor wii 
can he done by using a good motor oil ,v d p» 
holes on top and on each end of mobn vhaft. 


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High Frequency Currents? 

Whet ere Hqf» _ raphl cal 


in a graphical way by comparisoj 


with 


wc will J 
,t. When ' 

i draw due 


> th< 


that the voltage will he the water 
■ease the pressure we increase the 
speed with which the water flows 


.,..1,. "E” combination is 100,000 volts, or 
'' f r v nil a SC of the average electric lamp used. 
T, terminals of a lamp socket, you would receive a 

though the voltage ofJhe 
from style 


(XX) < 


mid 


"K” 


urrent would he only 
oil. 


Jiat 1.000 times the pr 
aii'*Vpo'i opening the faucet 

“ that anything brought mto 
nv from a sword. 

,„ ou M prevail if electrical currents of 100.000 volts 
mK'to enter the human body. It would be as a sword thrust 
'would cleave from head to heel. 

„ . tremendous pressure and force water through an 

N "" i?.h humhed* Of Kind> of tiny holes. The result would he a 

. ,.„„ld penetrate the entire surrounding atmosphere. The 

delicate Of flowers could he refreshed and could thrive when treated in 
Mluced in this manner. 

leration of High Frequency currents, an Electrical Condenser 
i the Circuit, acting as does the atomizer in separating the flow 
j ses of - S u C h rapid succession that no sensation affects the 
■5 Likewise there is no muscular contraction. 

n nervous system can detect oscillations in an electrical cur- 
XX) per second, and as the frequency increases, the sensation 
.le “F." lias a frequency of over One-Half Million per second. 

tor has therefore at his command a tremendously powerful 
hich more benefit can he derived in a few seconds’ treatment 
rs with the one time Battery Outfit. 

•> quackery or uncertainty about it. and it is not put forward 
hut. being a thorough cell massage and peculiarly healthy 
intelligent use is a wonderful aid in restoring the normal 
ierever it has been disturbed, and the physical condition im- 
any cause, and used as directed, with ordinary discretion, 
almost universally beneficial and never harmful. 

tan once initiated into the results obtained from flu* use of 
>*}' potential violet ray currents such as generated by the 
' their use absolutely indispensable. 


oiild 


sure of the water at the hydrant 
stream of water would travel at 
intact with it would lie struck as 


spe 


This 


idititi 


In 


The term High Potential is merely indicative of High Pressure 
aye. the same running in various treatment machines as hich a- iu 

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High Frequency 


from style M F.' 


"I,” "F” on point ‘‘1,’ 
ipter point "Ul” by i 


ar| 0 u s 

and “K" 

*' fin 


Metal riiu 


• |)." 


"andle 


Electrode desired, slip into metal tube on handle 


and ela 


amp 


"Ul” until 


'°« get a 


switch “A,” ! 
Never open spark points 
eadv. 


et lever 4 *K” 
•Ul” 


0,1 Point 
SO far that th e 

h is perfectly 
; lieen set on “4 ;> 


... sw itch “A” and slowly open spark point 
»th flow of violet light in the tube. 
r „ increase the length of Spark, open 
iind repeat as before 
>mg current output i 

he next step would he to set lever 4 , F’’ ou point “ 2 , 
o gradually increase your output until lever 4 *K” ha 
F*' on " 3 ," providing lever 44 E” is left on point ”1.” 

tould you wish a sharper discharge (Lower Frequency) set lever 41 R” 
int " 2 ." Although the current at this point appears a great deal 
i*r. it is not as valuable a Therapeutic Agent as the milder discharge 
*d at first setting of lever “E." This heavier sparking is only to be 

>r External Massage. 

vays be sure to test the current on yourself before applying to patient 

■or "E” controls the Frequency (or oscillations of the Current), point 
ng the highest and best suited for Treatment work. Point 44 2 ” is 
"lately half the Frequency of point “l.” and point “ 3 ” the lowest, 
suited for. X-Ray work. 

er "K” is an Auxiliary Condenser control, being connected to it. and 
1 in such a manner that although you have only seven buttons on 
ers. you have really twelve points of control. As an example, you 
^.\V. r k on any one of its four contacts, with lever 44 E” on any 
" 12 ” individual settings in all. You will notice 
d difference in length of sparks at poles “C” or "D" with each 


the Rheostat, and controls the volume of current entering 
point “1 being setting of greatest resistance and weakest 
3 the strongest. V'arving the settings of lever does not 
effect on the length of the sparks from “C" or "D” as it 
the voltage to any great extent: its main object being 



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I'ul|{urtitii 


ileil cord to either pole “C" „r -.n" 

"tie of the three aborted points furni.k 1? 

onT/ItdeTfiLV.. 10 b ' -"ed'tli 


ally suffices 


i- discha 


' *•«»»". (depend,'„g on 
obtaining the desired re 
desired «, lever “K" on 


Rular 


dry 


it, the park T"", '""i"'™ 

•m h> e..,", K stettch “A” Repeat tiv,, or three 
ait .1 tile .aril, and close points on same gently Tt,; 
a ".' fore '«" ,nalter Which may still he present in the 


and.gin .hitintn.^ 1 Frequencs ’ °< Figuration 

Hip Hi mis manner. Should your points get exceedingly 
1 . on mat have to resort to the Sand Paper method of 
nal! piece of ver > ,u ' c s »"d Paper and fold hack to hack 
i rough surface exposed on both sides Insert this instead 

'it'eo'tK!I n , S k Ca i r . t y ' ,1 " <l slo "' ly w'thdran Do not use 
otten than absolutely necessary, as ,t is liable make the 


cavities ot the hotly, the Insulated Electrodes, as illus- 
tlns booklet, will be found almost indispensable, as the 
>ni them can be confined to any section desired. 

Switch “A” when through using. 

Metal parts ot your cord or handle when in use. 

»reak connection with Active pole on machine before 



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Cautery 


'U>m. Open 
<> left about t 
“H" on Doim 


>ark points 
'o turns. S. 
marked ' 


•V\" 


of an 


Cl, 


tr 


rally hj 
' of its . 
A light 


Altho 


“ 12 ’ 


in op, W ArinS 

ugh you have only “i?’ bu .*<°n e|"?' e 

6 points of control, a, JL m . v k *""> m this • s 
"ittons. and vary the current earl” inT ,cv ' r "G" 
ry red , the proper color for « 

t: ™G ; '^k^FiVTr* FooT | ircuit to 

ugly A|S0 5Ce ,hat ,hf ^' a " d co y „fa r c, s n ’„ a f k, "f i( ^°4'“^" | onC *?bm! 

arf c,ean - and fi t 

l " ,U,, " r '^^"^wTrobabf; being jLteJ^X'/i^U'i " hich >h« 

*;*' " sed v°‘. to adva "ce lever “G" too far 
" out your platinum knives. ° ' as you are apt to 


Diagnostic Lamp 


out your lamp. *. to atoid going too far and 


Sinusoidal 


! Sinusoidal. 


•rv. but have lever “H” on point marked "S.” 

, r ,c < tll n i™ nn ' C / mc,aI handles and to posts 
'he same as for Cautery by means of lever “G." 

round r m.'i.Vii! lu i. ,ra,ed can hc u « ,d "> advantage 
ounn metal handle would he found rather incon- 


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will find, in following out the above, that when levrr -H- 
,'ry that you have 12 li.niits of regulation; when 
q.jd for Sinusoidal 20 points. 

.., 6 " point*. • 


points. 

The settings of lever "K’ and "E" have 
V of the Cautery. Diagnostic 
"■“"from by opening points ”U1." 

1 D „ not let lever “G 


>s set for 
set for ru ~f»ni|| 


and Si^dSTSS^g; S, % 


stop between points. 

Do no t make connections with switch "A” closed. 
n 0 not expect to get Cautery Circuit with lever "H“ 

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Sinusoidal Application with Spongio Discs 


eSt ions f<>r correcting errors in operating 
S .,rv Diagnostic and Sinusoidal Circuits 

Cautery- 


if n» 


enter: 


.|„„c should apparently "Go Dead." that i,. you ar 
current from it. first unscrew connecting plug from p UIUM * ' 
r ,-urrent in same manner by inserting lamp, if th , . p sock ' 
for a burned out fuse in the cut-out box where th r!’' 1 ’ ' 

, emir building. ,nr F ' ,M "r a 


light. 1 

rent _ 

Should your lamp light up when trying as above, again connect the 

, hin e but before dosing switch A. bend the small contacts , v 
"'“d'tlv SO that the blades of switch fit in more snugly. ° g ' ,h ' T 

Should your knife fail to heat when connected to Cautery c ir s 
,„r trouble as follows: Remove Cautery knife from handle and 
!, 0 .. on button "0." Short circuit with knife blade, or other piece 
mss from one post on the handle to the other, and when „ , ' 
breaking, observe whether there is any sparking. If no sparks 
seen, you know your trouble ,s not ,n the knife, but somewhere nearer £ 
machine. Now disconnect the wires from the handle, and still -sTT. 

-G" on "5" or "0." touch the metal cord tips together Sh-udd *' 

]l0 sv see no sparking, you must look still farther. 

You will notice on the marble switchboard, that the small metal oho. 
marked “Cautery" is damped under one of the binding posts. 
your current again and touch the plate with one copper bar of the kaift 
the opposite post with the other liar of the knife. Should even thi ' f'a 
give you results, it should lie reported to us at once. In makitur - s'* ' * * 

BE SURF, that levers "IV and "11" make GOOD CONTACT on\he tutt^T 

Much the same procedure can he followed with the Da****. 
Sinusoidal Circuits. When your lamp tails to ill,,mi 
screwed into Ihe small socket firmly. Or remove lamp . 
setting lever "G" on button "4" or "5." touch side of brass . 
lamp to name plate, anti cud of lamp to opposite post. 

Try also with metal lamp holder by shorting across frsm mss. - 
and also watch for sparking. 


If ever the binding posts appear dt 
“ above i report to us at once. 


ith 


V' closed i 


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little judgment must 


radiograph; while a mus- 


•fit VSZLZ ' .TT'T h "*, ‘ S * his: Vou ean a,mo ' ! always gauge 

' the \-Rav) of anv ohirrr k.. ;» c ct . % 

+* * tmt wm Of ur •„ 2 • 1 gravity. A 

*»*» R«y than a piece ,i ^ t ,?! “ ° ffl ' r con " l| eraM,- less resistance 

an ordinary .omar , Pvclder.,11 ' Slic ' T " "’ akC 3 Radio « raph of 

»»• a laborer, with Wrdeoed muscl cxposl,rc tha " " your patient 


,n a "ted 
3” and le> 



lb:1 , so many factors enter into the d. 

the following schedule is only 


in 1° ll,c f 

* i - of exposure*! — 

' r H " ,.,ii„m weight patient, with lever “K" on point “4.’ 

p" n ii point ‘'3,” and using Paragon ™- 


* w too much 

Part to be 

gadiograpbed 

an opening at points 
nsconnected an even 
n tube is in the cir- 
. hut with a steady 

Hand - 

Wrist-Lat. - 

Wrist Ant. 
Elbow - 

Foot Ant 1 

ng a few times both 

X-Rav work should 
g about % turn of 

AnWle-Lat. 

Ankle Ant- 
Upper Amt 


Shoulder - 


Head-Lateral - 

Head .Ant. Post- 

Head of Femur- 

Chest -.- 

Spine - 


Distance of Anode 
from Plate 
Inches 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

16 
15 
17 
17 
17 

17 

18 
18 
18 
18 
18 


Wz 
IVi 
y/i 
3 



Time of 
Exposure 
In 

Seconds 


is. .tuT 150 pound 

For P»< ien,s * shorten time, 

above. For smaller patients shorten 

nail films IS seconds 


vC 4 , r ,fle longer 


For dental woi 



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, mg> Ior "*.fj! palVeiiV^vill , hl.!'r Ul t < !ie ,l d c J’*y • <]uie * I 

„ r ;:".v<"'7 t ti,». .ff.»««««»<■ - as ^c a >; 1: 

. ___ ... 


' . .. flic i.iiiiiii »»**• ■••hi i ill" r i> ... *> 

,he P;1,ie "‘ he ma ‘ le as “"■fiVble 

ijjllfi .I,,, rxpu*"”- 

I .hut a m-« ml* I* treated wn.li c..i. s j,| e .. 

h«ai .a, ,t is wliat is .-i.in.ii.mis railed green 1 

... * » M r s ‘’" f , Vl.a. is. care lake., not to overheat o r W 0 »” d 

... ®d hr l.rl'er a. tl.r r,.<i o, a tear.. .l.ai, wh "; 

, rilurr. four 

, advisable m have two lab. on Kami of different degree of vacuum. 

for dffferanl clas.es of wo. . , 

, .11 list longer when used alternately, and give better 

s„l.,:'« U ..d“toald accident befall one you always have one on hand & 

I hr emergency case 


Kern .our plates in a cool dry place standing boxes .... edge if possible. 
I limpness, turpentine or oil odors, and heat are equally harmful. 


Plate Protection 

Do not depend on an ordimry wall for protection from the X-Ray 
1-ither place your plates in a lead lined box (1-16 inch thick lead will do)[ 

oi fifty feet from the tube. 

l\> not load plates into the envelopes in large quantities, unless thev 
ire to he used at once. When possible the plates should not be loaded more 
than two days before you intend to expose them, as the paper has a tendency 

to fog the emulsion. 


Dark Room 

used as - vour <lark room must lie Absolutely 

uum- o tept for the ruby lamp. It must have no cracks, holes or curtain's 

■ ve a. anv h ' a,n,es » .* rac , e of light can enter, as X Rav plates are 
-msiuve as an, photographic plate to white light, ami fog easily 

£?£££& bot d h i he?o°r Sib,C d K f CC " *“' r lrays 

Hypo Fixing tr». for De^e ',,, ’ and af,,r *■''»«• l>.I use a 

ues eloping, mark your trays and NEVER rhangc. 


Vour Dark Room 


equipment should consist of at least tw. 


“"if. glass ■,u rrr( i , —t .. ... iv.isi i vvi► .rays, ruoy 

graduate, drying rark ami lead linr.l'mi? 1 ’ 0 ^ an<l llv| '"- l;l ' ls '' funnel, glass 
1 iiiiui piate dox. 


,W 


.din« P>* teS 


saving time and 


They- 


t/rfld 11 *" a verv convenient. ******* —~ 

.ill he f ou y before turning out tne light. 

<* " your an Change and then a black . 

,rr»3 g first lay ’5 g t he «amed side up. . In th.s way tb 
s»< ed ’. you. :,l ’ rl ,,e was picked up in the dark, not. «... - 
■Inch envelope oran ge envelope first, which of i 

the p' alc 1,1 


as the plate . 

i” ser n I black one. 
... .nto 1 


„ hiacN 

... i' ,t0 . i, a U of the thumb lightly over the cor 

By pa.7“ ,p , he selected, in the dark, it havmg a fine 
the fi |m S t ' 0 de t he other, or clear glass side. 
contraS , 1,1 he exercised in this as the glass will cm off 

? Sr late °i” taded wrong and the image w.U appear revers. 

raV " ? 3 1 nl-ite with the film side against the smooth Wool 
place the ph d insert flap first into the orange et. 

^ el0P ai 1 ne°r leaving the seamed sides of both turned the » 

Sanl \Vhen this rule SWjS.* 

side 0 hl ,T e vcr liav.- trouble taking the radiograph «*"■•»** 
denta'lly if the printed side of the envelope is always tamed aw 


ow*r 


^Mother advantage of this is 
in vacuum, the mucilage, or tour thicknesses 
show on the finished plate. 


Caution! 

Do not overlook the tact that alter "'ur pUtes . 


Developing - Washing - Fixing 

To get best results, use some P'"* standard^ 


to get lies. ......... a irmixntvm *W»s 

. 

Uvonr Plate ha. had ssdl.c.cntevros.or > 

t „„ c Of development increases 


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" lu 'cl, Trans forrm 
etc. 

No. 
supplies 



UINI VERSAL Eorriu 

‘ h,s equipment, as usuallv I • ^ENT 


2-1 Box A 


Nc 

N< 

Nc 


4- 


- I 'v'n, ‘pT Etirts. 

I i. , ? ,c lur Tube Stand 

1 BaIe 1 ' for Tube Stand 

sheet Re"'' Un| ’ nok boxcs and crate 
siHct. Report any shortage 


nml al ' «P'lat'i,«"|^! ,nl “l >be Mo t n lcccs ' a * toll 
K <Jex Ut . s mcU,c| il ^ 0 ^?«-a nc , 

“cessories: Plates t ^ ' 0s| “t, s« ■ 

atts - Lead R 0 v 


° Xl an 'l *11 D a 


slic'd. Report aitv shorta'ircsTi ' r ‘1 tes an<l c beck each ii . 

in 'he order), and n""!rd| gfve't"'*'^ "''^nsTOt'cJ," Wi "8 

.. *&* 


Complete Transformer ^P'-it No^dS consists oft 
Fords' I' . Fischer Universal Maehi 


to «»•««■ to ^£*,*2 


He gl ,la,^^ , ^;t-J- 


1—No. 2 Transform, r 
cssary Connecting 
Instruction Booklet. 

1005 h-iscb . • Ptand. 

l m°7" C r" 1 (Cl,,c - 

IftfnVJ ' ransformer Tube. 

P^of Hold"; ■ , ,UOroSC °P e ' in Lead Protected, Light 

• J75 Lead Lined I'l., , c hest. 

JuOO Electric !J o - Rub 

,c-ni > . X i 1 "nclcd Developing Trays. 

'^59 Dozen 8 x 10" X-Ray Plates. * 

lo42 Dozen Sets X-Ray Fnvdopes. 
lf)40 Packages Dental Films. 

1P0P Porcelain Developing Bowls. 

P/0 Packages Fischer Developer. 

1P23 Package Fischer Hypo Fixer. 


1- 


-X, 

-Nc 

-No. 

-Nc 

-Nc 

Nc 



fc- 


WIRING TO 
LINE 


\o. 2 lischer Transformer is constructed to operate 
lie 220 Volt A. ( . Line. 60 Cycles, Single Phase, lo 
in full efficiency the service wires should he size N". 10. 
transformer is more than 200 feel a wav. Nil K wires 
rtainly the outfit will operate on consirferahly smaller 
capacity. 



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Rheostat Controller. 
Rheostat. 

Role Changing Switch. 
Motor Starting Switch. 
X-Ray Switch. 

2 20 Volt Line Wire*. 

High Tension Terminals. 
Vacuum Regulating Device. 


Tin- Synch,.. Motor used toM' .«'Mh 

oil can spout when hibrica jng. months, about event two' 

. ..* etherf ~*~* i 

. ., month should be sufficient. ( y)j. al ,j tc . »dl re 

.rim Rectifying Wheel, ..direct!, to the shaft 

^^ e n”o?o n r W T“e V re r wiU £To dt.!.ger of this .-vet slipping h... 


position. 

The Rheostat 


is wound on heavy 
have attention. 


isb< 


, tubes, and entirely encased in 


TO OPERATE Refer to drawing : S f.' ,9°^ f 

zg& 

at points as shown on drawing. . m 

Switch,” “Polarity Indicator” and "X Ray must 
line with the edge of Cabinet. 

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dWj- 

v__ 

Explanation 

Positive High Tension Terminal 
Negshve II. C l, Tension Vcvnnn.l 
Spark Gap Slider. 

Milliamperc Metei 


of 1 ott ruing 


E Slider 
"F" fo 
F — Cord Re 
Vactt 


a. rying Current to Cord Reel 
hW Vacuum Reducing 
1 Connection lot Reducing 


Notated Co««rol tot v d,« V 
Indicating Midti tot *ifc \>«r 
KheoMat Control W'*i 
K>ol Switch Connrvtio* 

1 sMr v hanging V*itvR 
Motor 

V Rm V*«Mi 




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**T*A T »Ha 


Figure “C" 

Installation of Overhead Wiring for Coolidge Tube 


.\ no. 


athc 

i\e 


circuit 


>v 


Clos 


overhead 

high 

tension 

WIRING 


? s ind jrated on the Hi, 

'" Um 15 "M-opercofen Mi,li - 

:7f ,e it would be difficult 

1 tnic graduations. For 

h"ivv C SMe ° f f tllc me >er .should 
, ea '-' current from the machine 
burn °»t the meter entirely " 


,! th ( . r oo!!!'l 11 j',i' ct 'I 11 ' X - R , a y Transformer 
■ . *d the ttilie stand or radiographic 

: or cvo " in »» adjoining room. 
''" rr '-"t front the machine out- 
k. must be resorted to in such cases. 


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ncrall 


walk, t ok 
the walk 


J>ns,.s ls 0 f three strands of No. 12 
kiihher Insulators from one side of 
aj>art, and at least 10 inches from any 
1 "I any nature. The rubber insulator” 
creweyes, or in ca ie of fin proofed 
>t »> advisable to fasten wood strips <»n 
> ran be easily fastened in the wood. 


Installation of Ovcrhe 

Three of the insulators arc 
turn buckle attachments ... 
Unscrew the ends until only : 
the wire in place. Then tur i! 
tight as desired. The Spc< ial 
the wires, and regardless o( v 
neath, the wires \s ill alwax 

^ his method allows the emit 
to move around, without diner- 
circuit. 


Tube 


TUBE V / 

TECHNIQUE 

iUR 


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- half 


ViM U *'" "I* 
considerably darr; 1 '' 
Pronounced, the 


a l>plc 


dis, 


•Jju- 


tul 


i' i , r T r/ 101 •>' Interrupt cries. -p 

- < m l>c <ioi„. hv using t|„. p, ..l ,r< ' l "" | n»rv • 

nr treatments for while . 1 ,,.,,,., c «nctii, , , 

-liort period they will I,,..‘ "'lit light mu 1 v 0r 
' I' i. a regret,ably S h„Tb" ,ed a "'' '“'-I « hSE*" 1 *. 

^ bUt " .. . «W *l.eo l «mLMrwt? h r CeS Vli C i 

e lights no . ...... ‘ tare lully. 


this u. 




VERY HIGH 

VACUUM 

TUBE 


HIGH VAC¬ 
UUM TUBE 


vacuum, or with too great ■ , 
illuminate, as it is ,nter nal 

1 them. Such a tube will have tight 

lure,' befor" • * h “* a shar P distinct 

«i;_b, , pass,n K a "- v heavy currents 
"'ll sometime, 
en ' ,nternal resistance, to jump 


stie spots mentioned above ap- 
misphere, it is too high for any 
should be reduced foe 
indicated at the spark (jap; 

aj) between poles ‘A” and “B. 

''l* 1 * internal resistance of the high 
nerg , from the transformer, instead of 
ay', will jump the less resisting air gap 
1 he more gas you allow into the tube 
ulx absorbs more of the discharge, and 
sion terminals and along the wires, and 
ever use a hit/h tube for Kidney or any 


inenc .un re X*Rav^ thin a 

\ tube Of medium vn, ' u “™*‘proportion as' ihr h*' k 
hard lube, I.. '< J* I" for medium radio- 

as* well as'most aofl tUaue exposures. ThU tube should give 
an,! sharp hemisphere of apple green color. 


MEDfUM 
VACUUM 

tube 

Shoulder, etc., 
well defined 

MFDIUM a soft, or medium low vacuum tube, ' 

mW VAC- hemisphere in front of the anode, . . 
liuM TUBE • Illy indicative of gas m the bulb, tin 
uuna i,| m I, .u bluish a mt< <olonng 

Generally there is not enough penetralion fro, 
exert it for making radiographs of the lighter part- s 
Foot, etc., or by lengl,toning the exjxisures soniewh. 
\ low vacuum tube, providing there is still eimugn j* 
line contrast and photographic detail, but it will heat 
heavy current is used; therefore care should be taken 
it is liable to crack or break off at the cathode stem. 

VERY LOW A blue cathode stream (visible bef 
VACUUM cathode) indicates the presence •.f io< 
TUBE either produced from over-reducing « 

heating. This tube is too low for any 
hut may often be brought back to normal by running 
for a few minutes at a time with a light cun 
Tubes showing purple or bluish coloring only must 
re-exhaustion. 



PUNCTURED A puncture 
TUBE anode and 

Generally' a 
that is, the puncture sealed 
discolored, or the fracture 01 
rebuilt. 


is indica 
cathode, 
tube ca 


REGULATING In mak 
VACUUM 
OF TUBE 

fairly h 

Hip, Spine. Ant. Post. S 
30 Milliamperes from li 
usual conditions. 

A medium tube, om 

penetration equivalent b 

inches, taking 25 to 30 ; 

A tube hacking up 3 
plates of Hand, I'lbow 

for mi our exposure «h 
«m button 


vrvuv 

I V 

h xx 


TO REDUCE 


Atm 


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. r, ninal “i>. 

l 'UU||| ,| ’ ’’ V *T| 


. UM In \ Ka, I ill.,- an,| ,,,,11 slider "|- 

a,I, ami «trin K /■„// , nvr and ; 

1 I uric-ill llS!i;i|lv i-s sufficient to I,.,, 

\I",|hrr llicth.id is t(1 p„|| slid,-, "F 

-i is lii^rwl 1 ' 

r.l by tl„- passing of the- Vllrrc'id, imddK.'"" il,,ls w Weh ", 


... -irki 

s> t rheostat I,-,,-, i.. 1 ,,. Iy 'hie I,, |. 

iiositiy’r that slidrr ■•K" J"" 3 , ,rt 


>1 enough t*il rrent. I t 

rdming as beforr alwns l„.i,;'J , - —'■>*■ K-v.-r on I 

position before trying ,l„- t„l„. with heavy current R ° CS ba <* to y 
( onsiderable care should he exercised in regulating thc v „ 

*. an l«r,r^^ m ’^ 


’ lls 


\v 


,o„!';.ss r t„;id !!;:: v vacu i" f f ; - 

<"»'.- -gain its v^-ulun'he o^^ 1 :-' 61 * 

ssu?^ .sax *1 

U," tilings will lake place a puncture 1 rom ' .vXdhig n T T""' 

enough penetration to after! the X-Ray plate propel" 5 ' viIi >'ot 

; . rhTOS,at - ‘here fore when making ’stTbe T’ -'M 

. .. .. 

'nictice. f<!W " ar "' l, P- redtSnga^d^l 


tube 


cuum 


tcuun 


OVER 

REDUCED 

VACUUM 


epeat 


v-«'uiim Ixick to norms 
The theory 


the 




light 


lK : "k’ as y°u can repeat the 
m too much gas in the 
n g considerable time 
1 ;ll g- Some reducers are 
v effect on the vacuum 
' a heavier discharge 
• lic regulating chamber, 


allow to. much gas in thc tube, very 
Ik* brought back i<» normal by running 
rrent through, with the third terminal 
n reducer I lave rheostat “I" oft 
it current through tube for one full 
the ting, r- on the under part of the 
ck. If .still cold, repeat, 
nts before again turning on the cur- 
d as often as necessary to bring the 
g enough to produce heating, 
urrent through the tube will coiwuiw 


' gasses without producing enough heal to cause tin reducer t" 


I, i, not tlw spark |)assin g jhrou^ 1 ' h,s tha, r 

current is • ,^ G f time to produce h . . mos t common cam 

evheth”r°tlw thirl‘^^’t^hvaart^duHn/exposur^ or treatments. 

over-reduced vacuum ts overhea k . the wa n up out of the 

When not in use. tube- sliotihl he '“IT'’ , h tK . in a vertical (»*<««•>. 

ivav wi.lt a ..roOhffirmcftyp o? ^e supports which h«M .he tube 

SPARK GAP The approximate degree of penetrat.™ ■' conirni>rih 

OR BACK- m< s. ait) tube ma g, ow tha , the higher 

UP-SPARK known as the Back up - ft . rcc current 

the vacuum in the tube th< lur ’ lhc W b ,he easier 

through it- We also know that the more air w. a « con- 

will Is- .h,- path of thc current. I » < hew ■; » :i ,\ a ^ ^ 

sidcrahlc current is turned on, and the spark g.e lhrTm J, lhe tube on 

rent will choose jumping the air gap rather than g g 

account of the lesser resistance at that point. 

As the spark gap i> opened you will come to a po*nt "here . 
ceases i" jump across and all the cm 15 rr^ 

is called the “back-up spark" of that particular tub ; ,mc : 

I,’ the rheostat setting be altered (current inert • w . 

up-spark will be altered accordingly, a- this 

Voltage alone is responsible for the length of spark. I 

able i" determine the back-up-spark at thc setting 

work in hand. 

After adjusting tube to proper back up-spark, sec tha; slide contfbwc 
is allowed to com< 1 

exposure; otherwise some of your 9$ 'Sc ftp 

whereas all of it should produce X-Ravs. 

No two tubes will work exacth liike . • v->;vct. and Hie mkiUM 

should become thoroughly ac«,uav , Vn.ow at what Mb 
ting, back-up-spark, millian 
das tubes will shov 
the Coolidge Tubes. 


COOLIDGE This tube is oner i 
TUBE i„ K a cnnsl.ii,t. 'J 

mounted a small 

some low voltage source (on I). » 
small Step-down TransformerV 
means of a rheostat When the 
maximum current, the resulting \ 
lu “ with considerable a„ 
voltage circuit the- harder ih, r.ns «,n . ' 

w ,,w 


V 


k 





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COOUDGE 

II 'HE I IN- 

S I RUCTIONS 


I hr 


the 


'nilij-i 


Up •' tlle "the, the- I, 

.Hliogrnphic w,> r l 


ii l . 


ii. \ 


* «'th the 

' lull 'T" . ,nst fueled to 

ifawing 25 M, a 1 ™ 

'l', st the l '] a, "ent current 
ht same button. 

if >• " ot necessary 
I solely by the setting 
Mave som e small bear* 
>«>u wll need exercise 

■ : ^1 to adjust his tube 
£ a P- ^his procedure 
perator is not familiar 
un Ple. -0 M. A. with 
nent controller on the 
’-tat on a low button, 
m current to machine 
V at the required 5 " 

M A. and settings of 
m be obtained at any 


(anode), at white heat, 
and with fairly heavy 
■ces-iary. as with a small 
e<! to get quite hot; in 
draw in. 


t i ... of focal spots; broad, 

i i v . m Ik- obtained with 1 •'****' • .• , st Kadioeraphic 

; . l or Tl.er:i|K>itic, I U... r o-op.c anrl 

, ...In... '"T'lau. X: The broad focus tube 

Stl'^ — ‘of current are used Cor 


,|rfii»iti« 
is only 
rxinid w 


fluoro¬ 

scopy 


FOOT 

SWITCH 


,rk Not 


.•online 


,de.l lor the No. 2 'I ransformer. 


„ , 2 or 3 M. A • with a fairU 

mSSSt . c 

iwitch is an invaluable addition for this work. 


The 

foot »wit« 


mtlets on the rheostatcmtrolboMd 
■h connection. A Foot Switch, with long_ 


cable permits the operator to have full use 
while operating the tube, especially valuable for .Fluorosc 
the controller on the foot switch closes the circuit to tilt 
switch lever “M.” 

This arrangement also permits of isolated control shou 
prefer to work at a distance, or behind a lead protection 
latter case, the foot switch can he mounted directly to tl 
screen, and operated by hand if desired. 

STEREOSCO- In very particular cases where it i> either 
PIC RADIO- impossible to obtain two plates of the obj< 
GRAPHY lateral and other anterioposterior, Stereosco] 
should he employed. This method consists 
plates with the patient occupying the same position, hut mo 
the side 2 /> " (pupilary distance), lie tween exposures, 
tube so that the ray will be focused to the same spot for 
If your radiographie table is not equipped with a e<>mpartn 
plates where they may be easily removed without disturb 
some sort of shallow tunnel should be used. 

A thin box of the proper size to hold the envelope co 
lie constructed (or p : cclhik 

placed under the part t . > ,.. t ... 

that two plates are t• < lx* ma 

Center the tube directly over ,i< > < m, r ,,i the .it tee tod ar 
it t" one side 1 1 .j ", and tilt it 

plate. Make the first ex|M>sur - described u-idcr nrvmer 1 
part, and uithdraw tlu t.l. 

Make sure the secoi 
the tube Iku k aero 
first setting, tilt t.. f.u , , 

give same length of time, at same M >ttin 1 uid s ' * V 

* 8 ® to "hi.mi same d« nsit\ on the result 

When placing tlu- plates i„ ,|„. __ 

they are shaken to one corner of th, ..... ; ,., •' X '"" 

I!."ms Tins camion k ' ,1, 1 

ll,an lll< ' l 'Uvelo|.bents,'Ives, to fa. tluatc ksa.^ 


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•«' "I 1 111 Hew I...X.-S, iiumnlrd on a fram,- whirl, 1 ,” ,lu '.v >ho,,u 
'Iosit loKi thrr or fartlur anarl mnil t s °f ll,.' 

when observed through the mirrors mounted directly in ^ 0ci,s as , r 
voufrhance is termed ;i Wheatstone Stereoscope n, . ' *y U Cc, her •i‘! n . t ' 

wiH "•••'•K ' 1 o|h-mioi- were looking (I,'eoM 1 lhe resuh 
0.0 ! . lhe |«T*|ie. llv, , in the majority of eases beinn ,„. r t J i l ' ro 'l|rh tl 
- ",v saiisfaelorv known for exaeflv ",i s n f "* 

OP f.j 


objects, as well its foi 

Two Intensifying 
able aids in this important wot"! 
and, the plates occupying the s 


impound fracture 

mounted in aluminum cassette. 
■ much she ' ues 


y, Ka 


EXPOSURES I 


1,1 ■ I in \ || ii “"H' relative positiool'Vn"the hon be n,i 'de 
'' <x -“"> thr M,w P° s '"o»s uiKler tlie patient dets - they’ 

>r Radiographic, as well as iri.,,.-. 

". I,m must *>e used as to the density of The^w’ SOnie il "k 

ol.pvls are more easily prmdraU-d' tlr, l,Jcct ‘o be p e ”_ 
f eomnion substances in order of penetrability' ' tol '“"’' 
der ol resistance to the X-Ray: ' 

Xo. 7—RUBBER 
No. 8—FLESH 
X„. 9—BARIUM 
y 0, JO-KCJNE AND TEFTH 
No. 11—STEFI iH 

No. 12—LEAD' 


opaqueness t 
being that th 
(rate. 


(twin 
the proper lengths 
on an average but! 


CELLULOID 
Ml.MINIM 
CAR Dili ).\Ri) 

St >ET W( )i )|) 

HARD WOOD 
Hiim to remember her, 
to tht‘ X-Rav) of any 


th. 


ha 

HAND 
WRIST 
KLB< >W 
FOOT 
ANKLE 
TEETH 
KNEE 
SHOULD! 
HEAD- LATE 
HEAD—ANT 
HIP 
SPINE 
CHEST 
KIDNEY 
STOMACH 
INTESTINES 


s you can almost always g; ul „ e the 

— . 

"’ an t ;, fa «? rs . cnte . r int ° determination of 
.. tin following is only approximate; based 

U pounds 

for No. 2 T ransformer 

S ? srk Wlilijmper« No. Sfcondi Expojuit Rh»o. 
op Ihra Tob« with lot. NoScrwn Button 


exposin' 


Exposure Chai 


Scron 


■K 


1 sec. 
1 “ 

1 “ 

1 “ 

1 •' 

1 “ 

2 “ 

2 *' 

3 “ 

6 “ 

5 “ 

5 “ 

2 “ 


24" 

24" 


III oi'il 


. , llbc ..rerheating. it is good poHcyJ^ 

. , 0 keep the tub . juration : on fi 


of i 


make •' 1 n y ‘‘*; m /ividual flashes 


s goou r ' , - 

, - . - j* vc «fcond exporsute*. 

•cond duration. cx . MI »urc i* 

?u7.i« -. V’.; ... 

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intensify¬ 
ing SCREEN 


' M. 


The intensifying Screen is » be »so 4 where ' 
radiograph the heavier parts of the !*•>• 
raniogi.ip flll irklv as the extrenntie>- 

moving organs, as quickly as 
e pvnosure to about one-hftli, depending 
i;,v' ihc screen itself, and the milliampen 
th f K hL tube passing a relatively small amount , 
nearly as marked as with a me 

correspondingly high • • • ■ 

The Screen is generally made in the onn ot 
coated with a perfectly smooth layer ot 1 ungstat 
substance which will fluoresce when «posed to th 
have this screen mounted m an \lummum lumkr 
|, e inserted; and which holder, while practically tra 
when closed prevents any white light troni attacku 
of the plate. Even the minutest quantity of the ra 
causing it to light up. 

The Screen should he mounted in the cassette, 
emulsion side of the plate is placed next the 
thr< ugh the glass itself befon 
made the X Ra> which reaches the 
a blue light, which ha an ini 

on the plate. The Screen ami I Male must 
contact, to obtain the lv>i resuli> au<! . 

Special care must 


With 


\Ri 


close 


screen, or that it 
plate throughout the 
most of them. Our 
i strong clamp sp 
Intensifying Svrei 
fairly soft tub 
common error is over 
much more care must 
plate he exposed just 
Remove the plate 
exposure, either de\ i 


with 


fore 


tic \aH*c of 
or Nc4 b rv 


•uvelopes, 
been made 
ruined. 
Wmy 
lerting i 


is some > 
and if t 

dust the 

.s “«c plate, a 

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tec 


only 

A 

distal 

Vs a i 

nidioi 

will n 


'OSURE 

UNIQUE 


• n >Ust 


ill > 


plate';'"’jjroater'"xVilwure flisla 

of TJ lr or 

intensity of tin- \ k , 1 . 1 trough the tube 

..... 

. i. ...i.i , * « 


'be tulie 
* this 
kti« 

con* 
• s ; use 

M1ts - when 
of the 


4 • 


ting the tube u 
exposures as si 

Speed K Maniae U 

r in mind that 
a seasoned one 


'onds 

do 


° thu plate tends to enlarge and ^listoit 

•"s wlicrehv C ?hi» ?, S )| 0 " 8 ex J >osure s '' ill often 
:i. ,, • n °t develop out c |», r . 

l earn first’to mTe ,0 "i H ,? wever > do not 
1 make g° otl radiographs; then 

! ub< ; n i u,st be treated with considerable 
a ", , '- t ,N somct, mes called “green” and 
, r<l lr om overworking. With proper 
din o. your tube should be better at the end 

" f " • ‘.ken into consideration, as fairly 
yu e best results with children, 
ructures and tissues will be great, 
"•cult to show detail on account of 


inon. after you have the patient 
«erlv at the desired setting. This 
patient around and probably save 

hose proceeding from the center of 
li from end to end of the tube, and 
eqiientlv it is necessary to place the 
lode, directly over the center of the 
rectly beneath, so that the full image 

r patient or < dd articles in the pock- 
;ative, causing shadows which will 
I!,. refon it is desirable to remove 
uler observation, covering with an 
i • i . . .. to plat ( 1111 


t to be radiographed 

, rl ”' y : , 1 . MU.I contact as po« « t ien* lyit>6 
ue ■ S,Sr" ■ S'ihr«rt^e patient lying f~ “own. 

Call Stones, Stoniati 


the pUtt 


It is 


idvi 


quiet, and, as 
in the negativ 


III in> . 

taut that the 
Sand bags arc 


plates. With 
the height of 


... use sand bags for* Mur I 

the vary slightest exposure, u 

and in "“"^““-comfortable a- 

.pine c,os. r «o 


For Spine, 
pression cone 
immovable on 
the thickness i 
pression cone 
reach the plate 


1 lOCJL Ul .. 


LEADDIA- While the compression cone cute 
PHRAGMS of secondary rays, it is advisaMe 
in order to obtain the c It a rest an< 
tive. One with an opening of \" in diameter if the 
froin plate will fully cover the small sue, while a < 
ing will cover the largest plate. 1 hos 
stock have 1. 2 arid 3 7/ openings respectively. 


In the foregoing we have i 
of vacuum. It is true that tin 
case at hand (that is. made l<> 
the heavier parts), but any tul 
of radiography will vcr\ snot 
Two tubes at least should alw; 
at say a 5" back-up-spark tor 
that vacuum almost con‘•'.am i 
back up about 4". use it for 
regulate it but rarely. Vout- 
give better results, and sh. ul 
another on hand for an emery' 

Until quite lately it has bei 
an X-Ray tube with a fiitoro 
direct line of the ray between 
the image of the hones w as eh. 
do it! Certainly it is sale en 
fracture work, or for demons) 

1 bound to leave a bad cfYct \ 

danger of burns from the ia\ 
" r patient. IVaeticalh all m 
•'«». due to lack of knowledge 


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Eighth 


I ” 1 * l >gi!t'| , "'u, T.r !' 1 
mix- slightly t(i pig , (l 

l''"e a,i,| “J'.*•<«. 
1 list- i,** 01 


i lower rib, s , 
ee illustraii, 


well ax t 


high tube 

outline 


will ha 
of tht 


tv* 


Sidney 


F. Do 


C e| op 


seconds without screen or l V V . V . CI 
'V 5 M - V»* ^ ” hack - up-spa rk A se S ont i with 

•I>h.intake m all Kidney work. < im " I »ten*if y . 
t \ |M>xiire which 111 turn insures <han " acc °unt 
nix patients. -narper omli„ M 

Crest of Ilium ami Psoas Sl„.j , 

' the Kulnev itself should be eksihr'd”* " p 0,1 
attv persons. Stones, if th dls «rnib| e 

f.vs show if these other lamlmark SUffici ™> 

, l._ , , * P^sent, 

bladder or ureters have Datiem « 
edure as above for kidney hr' ’ ston >- 
t with the spine. It is besi '<« 

onlvat onetime, using one 8xW It 
X. and another 8 x in . ,),ate 

t t hohl the breath during exposure 


* in th< 


tli the patient 


making Abdominal Radio- 
i nosi,;.„r •■,T g “ e down ,,n the table. 
Iv essential '•' i p . lat ' sa PPorted against 

liahle gown * * ! ! s cIoth,n g he removed. 


work. 


idation. 

o anoth 

ich rrn 


‘tmk •• 'ruel of some kind with 
^I'"..; '*• ,IS without this opaque 
y s . lvl!i nable. We prefer ! 

authority on this subject 

imination, however, is: 
‘"•nrs, and then be given 
i arium Sulphate mixed 
Vehicles are used, such as 
, hut the buttermilk mix- 
'« nerally easy to procure. 

<1 of meal and stick to it; 

II will give varying results 


Ith tlie pa!ient standing, and 
are the barium through the 
ill empty itself in 6 hours 


ases ha 


be cleared in 24 hours, 
red for 72 hours. Place a dim* 
„ a land-mark to assist you m y 


a the entire trat 

alia ,IU . . | n . 

i . luiriutn h«n» 111 i 
“^per'poshtn'of ihe'stomach. 


* l “ ld ”h' ,ca,h ,U ‘ ri,1! 

..x-csTiNFS Use same technique as described n 
INTES c «cntial that exposures he made as 

■ full development to the plate. Often a Btsmu 
S show better results than the meal above meotm 
A Plate marker or marking device of some kin< 
possible, as some definite means of identificat 
sarv -in Medico-legal cases especially. 1 here are 
markers on the market, one consisting of a small 
vliich the desired lettering has been punched and till 
shows the name of the operator or hospital to good 
Another is a contrivance with numbered wheel 
a, show desired combinations of numbers, over whi 
on a permanent strip. 

Lead numbers or letters on a strip of adhesive 
will and cause very distinct shadows. This latter i 
way of marking plates. 

DENTAL Rest the patient in a light 
EXPOSURES arms or head rest, unless you an' i 
pedally designed for the work, as r 
ency to complicate positions. 

Next adjust tube stand, bvusii tb, i, :v hi * 
position desired with the patient always in ar. 
position. Then try the tube and - i, noccs> 
4 and 4 Yi inches of spark gap \. p., v 

lined chest and pi ice 
illustrated on di iw it 
lepending on just w 
head bj resting 

lead in this cone to cut off all 1U| : , N 

spreading, and en< 
only through th< « . 

riming your ex|xmtrc i» made .nnnlr in ih» tnl 
hftve a clot k oi the old fasldi 
spend .1 little time in (ro 

S"lf repeat t„ yourself "one thooV.n'l in I " 

t" ineei the pen.lnluui al the en.l of 

"'ll he able to count nti lb. se „ I. * ! 

exposure, iep,.,i t„ ,„„ rM .i. 

on the first and „,,i. i . " r ' 

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E IT 


i No. 40 


vi II 


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r w 

‘ . *° the finished 

t nr ' r ' l*»- 

' "ff ,l,sr< ‘gar«i „„ cr , v 

o.stu- Negatives. 

h work very well with 
,u ts v y ,th ^"Ray plates, 
articular very carefully’ 

'lark room with an 
nab,c you to walk in 
it ions without harni- 
y°u leave the dark 
i;ike thls suggestion 


;nn weather is also 

•an. rinsing them 
hypo fixing con¬ 
it h a bit of adhesive 

iceessary trays, two 
n rmometer stirring 
r and hypo. These 
>t solution generally 
i t n ounces of solu- 
ul last much longer 
supply of developer 
lament's notice arc 
ing done, a goodly 
xpect one hatch of 
|»t developing more 



C—Electric I-amp on W; 
D—Switch for Ruby Lai 
E—Ruby Lamp. 

F—Cold Water Inlet. 

G—White Porcelain Sin! 
H—Tray for Developer 
I —Tray for Hypo Fix, 
J —Table Shelf sup; 

K-—Wide Shelf lor I’ 

L—Small Shelf for ." : 

When about to load plates, it wui 
and trouble, if you arrange vout cr.\ 
light. After everything is ready, lu- 
Envelopes should be alternated <>n \ 
1,1 orange and then a black en\cl< pi 
i 1 1 sides up. In this \\aj there a. 
picked up in the dark, not my 
the orange envelope first, which 
wdl not fit into a black one. Hv ins> 
the corner of the plate, the film m 
<ark ’ 11 having a fine matte surface in 

' fhould be exercised in tin-. . 
■ Hu glass will cut mu some mi ih, 
dear and w>ll also appeal revet cd 


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-•SH’cSrS* «r Assv«.-- 

' having the ,„,„,e,|" ,;i P » „i "-4£ 

Wh«., rhr> rak ,, . „ . ' ‘ '" r " r! ' V 

**n«ni v «. sj,|, t .k * I , h'flcmred. you ran alwav* I* • 

•>n<i ,ht» „r,,ir' K hc fii "’ "r 


/.*>* not .•wrli nk 

loarhun aH (jj^r 
lulu- vvli«#„ u ” ’ 


just 


Shirs 


Tin? 

CS \\ 

1.1.1 . 


id « 


nun Ei 


.'.■111, 


DEVELOP¬ 

ING 


X K. 


nan< w. and 
s freen, thev 
other known 


standard formula 
ct, °n. and then stick 
, | iat length of devcl- 
'nen disregard most 
all others connected 


will 


suits with a lour or hve-minute develop- 
can Ik- depended on for uniform results. 

. _. • . . . - ■ S reat deal °f X-Ray work, wc suggest 

dcvckipcr ... package which nuke up 10. 12 or 20 o». of solution. acarifag 

to the Size (see catalog section in back of booklet ). 


However. 




, ,i, vrlm> more than >ix or eight plates 

, .... .Id not attemi . ^ j imagine you can develop 

na.e.1 J'^mi'n V "» you will 'find the k.-t ox 

...to the first; This d.ffer«« 


r<i3„rtn ^ Sand 

11 )"" r ,(.levelo|.int'"t with the solution only trine 

-the., , is instantly com rctl a <lo not carry development 

.irlv^r^wm -cave,permanent™^ - -J 


by 


l lie 


.. • tor any .-son flows to the 

they rfV tray su that all of * d ' r „,f,hc tray flat and start 
. edge .PJf! ft 'Ah ™&" raises the.plate to be covered..venlv 


.nr r'-« f Place plate tn „up. to be covered evenly 

rtT^nlly b-rfc f " r ', ', v ii prevent streaks which would ..therw-- 
di at om- "ith £ ont i,uu- rock the tray throughout 

Sow on »' c «?'t dc v"loped corners or streaks show up. tins uuheates 
. eV elop nie,1t - • 

insuffi c,e,,t s " uU . • . lte iy 41 . to 5 minutes, your plate should apt*ear 

A , the end of approxt™*,>) ^ ^ wh( . n hc1d „ p ,0 the ruby light, 
jlwut the san,c j red light shines through. I he heavier the »hjev. 

,„l dense enough that no reo K , Lighter parts, such a< han.l 

’I";'"'"" shTdowf are desired, should he developed less dense than tap. 

^your result is obtained in tune. -^*r«;^ 

vour plate. or - vour develope r is , v vc j vctv appearance e>n the 

i,r,.per vacuum will give an absoluulv 1 n • r 

to. where the body does not cover . I 0 , n . v u r 
this part after developing as above, volt have not 

throughout. . 

li longer than five - 
•, ,1 cold or i"" w eak de\« ' 

Fahrenheit will be found ideal. 

In some sectil'll- ol 
chemicals (alkali especia 
from working at their best, at 

dency to show any trace of blUk r ring, itse only distilled w.iler 

A tube of too high .1 v 
The) will show lack of on 

much gray color, due to the i let 1 t ration has licen too sharp. \X 

ray going through th( bom m»l 
I "t- low tubes will show 1 l* 
but will show the 1 " >n< 

Too long exposure will cause ib.e plaiev to ap^Kav dense all o\ev. 

" the exposure has been too -I on. no end of developing will Iwing vwn \\ 
desired density. 

In the above, wherever “plates" are 
stood as included. 


ed to, "lilms" are to W nw^h'i 




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tile 


r» 


■nipted t 


, -„p„on ,o de,ermi, le IhTZ, 



" lu n H u . v 

present. 

3. Tc 

? Tod 


lould have 
ani if the root 


>e m lu n"1 ,ee,h a ™ rett 
' 1 s " e< l- to leant if the 


Pfesenee or ah 
' d lonff *fter , he 


' C succe daneou s £>* 

„ T " ss?s 

-ir r - “ »• -CT 

N In ru ' n, ovtn K teeth. ' m,a ' 

9 I W f *" supernumerary teeth. 

10 I'o (ictennine the numher'oT an I" 1 - ex,ract >on. 

As an 'till in »:i»- ® canals in some teeth 

. lea nt *i f'"a nils'a n^oneneri' ** ^ 

detcm„-n-" al | lil h nK after ''"''''1™^',' apex bofo re filling 

'crl’oration" ''**"* f ™n a pulp c ha mber be 

a>es of pulp stones (Nodules) 

“ “ COndary ‘ K ' min ^ an d pinching the 

h " ,nS the m> ' Vn 0f a t00th encroaches on the 


> ohs 


vith 


■’d. untie 


28. Ir, 


' hmjrs or shell crowns which 
•>rn n the canals are tilled. 

td remnant’n„'in dUe ‘° * ht8 * apical foran «" 
t. ericenicnr ' 'Fame Tooth). 

•■-.ess to de*- r:. me which tooth is responsible 

( ' s to the extent of the destruc- 

r,i; ine how many teeth are 

t multirooted teeth; to learn at the apex of 

eem Which .ire abscessed to learn if the 

nii.ii diagnosis between Chronic Alveolar 

of lissuc due to I’vorrhea Alvcolaris. 

tal Abscess. 

uippuration which do not yield to the usual 

48 


. that do not yield promptly to the usual 
of the Fistul 


in fact 


all case 


c 0 f the Fistulous Tract. 

■ r vc the c ° l "> f ODcra tion before and after Apieoectomv 
i. 1° observe the flc \ c] ?' ™ uch as a broach in the canal or 

jk \° j^cate foreign b .j cn toothpick in the Peridental 

nf a tooth ; a P 

t Je aP^ * . 


t determine the presence or absence of 


|)> 1 U 

• tissue. fr'irtitre of a root. 

tW S' To the'sUc and shape of roots of I 

To observe 

.'.idee work- „f.«iard when enlarging • 

an »d «£»t which there is 
To exa " " the field before constructing 

Ebe^lC^Hinthe^ivary 

1" cases of DCTtig^ous Cysts. 

"«S of tumor, benign or malignant 
to observe anomalous condittons. such a 
, 4 ,„ .eetli for an example 

of|*° To observe the location and extent of nee 

nf 47 b To e 'diagnose Antral Empyema 

48 ^ To observe the size, shape and location 

in opening into it. . , , 

49 . To locate foreign bodies, stub as tooth 

antrum. . , u.,.- ri . and 

50 To observe cases oi mx.i- - mu . 

51. In cases of fracture of the iaw 

52. In cases of Ankylosis of the ' emporo-A 
the joint fonned by the tooth in die iaw. 

To observe the field o etott 



36. 

37. 

38. 
39- 
40. 
41- 

42. 

43. 

44. 


eth tc 


iV-edded V 


used in cm*T 




Mandible 


55. T 


57. - 
disorders. 


In all cases ot 1 
observe the 
... cases of Liu 
In cases of Insi 


58. 

59. 


In case' 


of perio 
In cases of Faci. 
set of facial muscles). 

To allay the fear 
In cases where tl\ 
lamination. 

In cases of biddc 
In research work 
,he act '«n of Bismuth V 
occurring in the Tempos 
l "'" 1 supply In pans (I, _ 


(ft 

fil 

ii ocular 
62. 

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Repair-inn and Rebuilding X-Ray Tubes 

, H ., v Tube has become punctured, the minute bole 

,„d the tube re-exhausted. When a tube has been over 
. usual nut hud nf rareful. repeated warming and cooling 
1 ... raise the vacuum hack to normal, re-exhausting is „ece? 

.1 w'me terminal ends are cracked in such a way that they can 
Whf "'sirs will be made at the same price as ordinary punctures 
. -alcrl; „ . racks are beyond repair, re-buildmg will lie necessary 
r t*’ vf r. whef ( ' ()1 | v anode "f the old tube. This is placed ' 

•'"VldiriK "Altitude and regulator, and the finished article as 
ith " c " , ,.i.'..s well as a new lithe, 
till tt’OI “• 

ftJ 0 " . f or repairing should he sent to us by Pa 

V.Ray f, u , ' . should he carefully marked and K 
J tantfco.tlai". a valuable X-Ray TUBE. 

(antic; 1 ‘‘ ^..refill handling. 

a'' [ n IM e Prices for Repairing 

. - in< i mounting new regulator (>" tube... 

Ije-csi®"* 1 ' ucimc an d mounting new regulator 6" tul 

ReP ai r i ''f ^'building (>" “'be. 

CoiflP lcte 

Wooden X-Ray Tube Racks 




X-Ray Tubes 

jed factory for the manufacture of all types of 
cv Tubes, with an efficient corps of experienced 
es us to supply the best pos.- de tubes with the 
only orders for new tubes hut all manner of 
■d promptly and satisfactorily. When ordering 
cctty the make and type n ratus on which 
tsolntely necessary, as a tub t lie pumped to 
at to obtain the maxima- ency from your 
a transformer or coil mot be used to 

type of outfit. Ot versa. While a 
look exactly alike, they I widely different 

Price 
$33.50 
38.50 ' 


,y e recommend these racks as being the best desigt 
•• raeta l whatever used in the construction. Arrang 
S t0 hold two, three or four tubes. Handsomely fit 
Size 

j/.i To accommodate 2 tulu-s. 

376 To accommodate 3 tubes. . 

377 To accommodate 4 tubes. 


Made of heavy shoe: 
Tube Stand, directly ov 
No. 

10 7 Lead Diaphragm 
1008 Lead Diaphragm 


Made of pure Ahnnh 
can be inserted over the »« • 
,0 use the proper amount 
and the patient. Kspceial 


id Diaphragms 

arranged to slip in t 
one. Furnished will 


minum Filters 

M M thick 1 


Muminum l-ibn. I M M U 



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• 1£ r off all except those X- 
ir 0 r cnitunK s | iapt <l to conform t< 
i rhe glass - ' . 



Nickel Plate :»n»l black Enamel. M 
same price on request, and other 

M< tal ( ompn ion ( ones of various 

licat ion. 

Code 

r *uu"“* dhist rater '■ • • • ;. Dossil 

i* 1 I iiu-il Compression ( one, 5" Diameter Dura 
rad ,. )( . ( | Compression tone. .V' Diameter. . Buret 
Cone. 8" Diameter. 


Lead Glass Dental Cone 



to hold the patient steady during 
rf’ord' 1 ^ ‘Lire they are needed. Dives exact posit i 
l,e rfl>' s vvn ( j insures maximum of perfect results 
Ideally- indispensable to anyone doing any < 
, cli«l ice ; ; ...^., 1 )hv. Fitted to our 1005 Protectio 


ssary f.»r Dental Film 
lUr '■ ' the face. not rmly 
exposure, hut focusing 
for all uppers auto- 
ith the least amount 
t'iderahle amount of 


Price 
S8 5t 


Head Rest or Plate Support 

-M 

cction stand No. 1005. 
plates while making Radi 
Yerv practical foi 


in exceedingly Ka 
•graphs of extret 
itists. Die stifpirt 


Arranged to fit out 

.angement for suppot.. . ^ 

•pd for all forms of He."! work, \crvpracti - lppons 

are all metal, parti) 1 • and Nickel Plated to match the bad 

■i,,- stand. The top \ ■ < >»>d, with at 

down the part to he rad: .plied. Easily adjusted to any jHisition. 


» any 
Code 


>: - .v 


her Rewind Cord Reel 


For making connect 
machine to the tube tl 
take up all slack wire, 
without the danger of 
plaint when ordinary o > 

The Springs are ma 
"nstrutted that the 


'ii terminals on the \ Kj. 
arc htdispeusaVV 
the tube to V moved tx' a\>> l 
the connecting tips a vt> 

i watch spring shvk. and the \ 
coni puts no more 



than the first foot, a feature of perfect workmanship not 
'najority of such articles on the market 


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'oughout, all 
|gs hold the 
iciencv from 


ie damaged 

Price 
SI 0.00 
12 ’ 
14.00 
l&QQ 





Fluoroscope* 

„|s on the i|itality of the Fluoroscopic Screen ; 


. h -“"e K»» Machine "* guarantee our ween. 

M Sjbc. '*' market at any l>ncc. M.c Huoroscent Salt from whi 
,tte ' L o tin •" ah-ohit. K 'table; is not afTectcrt hy I leal or Dan 

V.t*'*' 1 , , ll ll 1 ' , 

h« lM ,r h) i,v tlie screen is the nearest approach that has vet 

• p> \ . otlt” ' ""n o long desired Wack and White Contrasts. The km 
1 " ,|r ^. on shows it|> » very bnlhant image, and can therefore he 

" \ _ 7.it- ',l>s- linitst details. 

' ,l111 s properly treated, and protected hy a suitable mounting, 
screen ’' J bright mid sharp alter long continuous usage as the 

will he ‘ 


*d. 



No. 1020 

.,p, lv Calcium Tungstate Fluoroscope Screen. 

Finest d 11, 'i...iiherctte covered box; has heavy roll o{ 
l;»f n n ;: k “g it absolutely 1 .ight-proof. ^ 

in?0 Mounted. Size x -^ * n r nu 

Si Screen only. Size a x ' .. • ™ 

10 ?2 Screen only. • ^ • , r> ' ' ' Dulri 

1023 Screen only. • ! zt ‘ ( x “. 

1017 Screen only. • „ . n ^ 

1018 Screen only. . 

1019 Screen only. Size x lz .* * Vis 

1025 Mounted Fluoros Screen with Lead Glass 

Protection ov< ire surface andJicaw 

sheet lead hand tor. Size :> x/ -* *“* 

1027 Fluoroscope Scree host quality, same 

above. Per squ inch 

Fluoroscope Screen mtings, consisting »'i 1^ 

covered with Lead Glas^. ml equipped with protected mcl 

Xo. ^'' 

1032 10" x 12" Frame . - A 

1033 11" x 14" l* ranu 

1034 XT x 16" Frame v ” 

1035 14” \ 17” 1*ranu ' * 


$0000 


IVhv 

$1500 

1100 

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EASTMAN 
DUPLITIZED 
X-RAY FILM 


Xo. 



Code 

Price 
Per Doz. 

1685 

5 

X / .. 

. . .. Cholin 

$U5 



.* X . 

.. . . Cronic 

2.00 

k»s7 

# 

X 10 . . 

. .Chyle 

2.85 

I6SS 

10 

x 12 . 

. Cina 

4.50 

16S9 

11 

X 14 

. ( ircle 

5.75 

urn 

14 

x 17 . 

i hurl 

8.75 


Put up in handy size roni w 
Remains practically transpnivm 
negatives. Packed f) pachano^ 

No, 

^ I’isclu'i X Hay lVvolopov. 

M Hseher \ Hay Devdopi t. *-avion 


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Our Developing and Fixing 
,eavv sheet steel and stamped 
,fute enamel. Made in this \\a\ 
i, the same time being lighter 


reed upward 
’ing positive 
your water 

>ut and used 
zed iron. 

Price 


1601 

1(j05 

1606 

lrj07 

loOS 


For 5x7 Plates.. 
For 8 x 10 Plates. 
For 10x 12 Plates. 
For 11 x 14 Plates. 
For 14x 17 Plates. 


Porcelaii 

Will be found more conven 
Especially suited for use with 
e«nncction with our No 

•No. 


eloping Bowl* 




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No. 560 Fischer Denial F. 

Mead R cst 

»-- JfiSCWr Fis cher Dental Film Hl-mmator ^ 

pesignetl for. Ijttft 1 '* ^TUwStl 

, ,rfcten . • : n tiirn mounted L . 

#Tentacle, which ■» " . ^ lcs hold our 1'ui‘ C' 1 '■ 

Sf»^^«^ n,rf „hte cither the All Celluloid or 

«, w .\*rewith COn n”u minator h;,s s ^'°" lonnect,ng ‘ 

^'A«oonyhuu P socUei. 

| Fischer Dental Film UHinihuior . _ 

Aluminum Film Molae 



For holding the dental idm 
mil drying. Marking the record 
roughened tali serves to identity 
developed at one time. The lingo 1 
•luring the whole operation Mad 
Jtp practically indestructible 
No. 

I(d0. 


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* 33^5335553 


ec s 



. a A cce»»° rieS e - tg ht ' 

Win”* f s ix ° r f,,iir s‘ra _ 

. 

\ K^ ;, tube- f wire ar 

'^ W , [o0 r 9 trt"*° 

rt ' is e>i>l> loye< ’ , . , 

T^'-C." lio „ op P»« e 7 . c ^re sufficient 

ed thffe " ,reS 

pie ' 1 ' K« (cr be used, 

a re lu . . {rotn 01 

nly , 10 inches ' n r S 


a re lu c from one 

. TU WS 00 ' , , ^ least 10 «* h * ter or g* 

re to be ”^fo*er - ir ! Juth^ 
ddi'> d V Ce fr0 "’ alls where «netal an 

\< t > j t , or ft 0 "’ " eve in each end. - 

'J*Aed'tte' 3 „,.,i screw eye 

w ith metal 

jjuliber. 

-n " 

*>1 


n d 


Code 

Canal 


Trice 
$0.o 5 


Wheatstone Stereoscope 



attts. WtM 


1 1 Watstone Stereoscope is ,a verv essential \iioc, >>t ,. ,. 

•jleiblf value in the correct diagnosis o( eotn\>ound IracttlTts .. 

rorapiboth localiiation, etc t oustnKtnl m Itolil i„ 

•» iml m ' t|>lra,r '" um 'ttated lioxes, which, when \ , wed lie 
tin Pftiperti Wn '’ S * M " V * t'*' 1 '' 1 lhc*tion and shajw ot 



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tu.i inclividual 
center. I able is 
plated metal strif 


Fischer Plain Radiographic Table 

v Talde of quartered oak construction, arranged with 
, I ' runnels, one at the end and one m the 

-red with heavy linoleum, held in place with nickel 

xnensivc ..a-.. - , on * hc n, arket. 

reasonable price which permits the operator 
.pic Radiographs. Illustration shows positions 


make satisfactory Sti 
Plate Tunnels. 


TIugflPHHI 


This Table represents a departure from the conventional, it - great 
usefulness and adaptability have created a decided place for It is a 

first-class article in every respect. Shipping weight approxin 155 lbs. 


So. 


Code 

Price 

642K13 Table coi 

mplete, with one 17x17 

Plate 





$75.00 

12.00 

20.00 

643 Extra Plate ( 

644 17 x 17 (.’asset 

"hanging Tray.... 

te for Intensifying Screen.. 

. Lammas 

. Lanary 


INDEX 


k- 1 "*"" 1 " T ± a 

ni ( l l,t ; , I’nwder 

fe U for & H rtno g raphs 32 

... 2 1 > 21 

Ankle Radiographic Technique. 21 
Antrum of Highmore PosUtom. 24 
Antrum Radtograp i 
nique 
Apron s- 


58 

(>5 
51 
58 


-X-R: 


Back-up S[ 
Barium Me. 
Bismuth M 
Black D 
Books 
Bottles 
Bowls I 
Bowls 1 
Buttermil 


ctive 


i Mounts 


11 

28 

28 

(*8 

M 




ping 


_ 1 5 X- , 

Cassettes X1 

Celluloid rietuid l'tints Mount' j 
Oiair lleadrest 
Chest Radiographic Position 
Clu-I Radiographic l'cchnii|U( 
Clavicle Radiographic I oMtton 
t ia\ icic Radiographic '' 1 
niqut 

Cloth l uhc Shield 11 'p.nptv 
Cloth X-Ray Protection 

Compression Cone 

Compression 'l ithe Siaml 
Cone Compression 
Cone IVuial 
l mdidac I "'” , 

adfchc \ettil 



Coolidge Tube Filament Cc«* 
troller O 

Coolidge Till*- Filament Trans¬ 
former - p 

Coolidge Cord Reels n>-M 

Cord Reds I 4 

Cord Reels for Aerial W mng .'3 M 
( rest of Ilium. - 2S 


Dark 

Dark 

Denta 

Denta 

Denta 

Denta 

Denta 


tque 


40-41 

f\2 

2^-31° 

58 


X-Ravs 


Dcvc 


Don t' 

I .amp 


\-Rax 
,f Wiring 
1 rad 


Moon 


4S 40 

M 
42 4 5 

63 

42 

45 

45 

* It 55 

4r. 

4 

17-51 

M 
0 
fO 


i I'thns 


l ivnuri Iw (fw 
, ivnt .1 I ■*’ »lS< ' 
, \ Ka\ l>Vv* 

| K\1U' Rub' 1 
1 nameW 
1 •,mvhV r * 1 duHk 

| vpwttb ' 

\ ypOMUY 1 »- 

V X\v* i \ 


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This Portable Flectro-Therapeutic Outfit is built to oper¬ 
ate mi the 110 Volt, fiO Cycle, Alternating Current, and unless 
the shipment is plainly marked otherwise should never be con¬ 
nected to any other source of supply The plug on the black 
connecting cord may he screwed into the ordinary lamp socket 
The maehine is then ready for use. 

In order that a better understanding may lie had in refer- 
etice lo the question "What Are High Frequency Currents" 
we submit the following The question is made very clear by 
comparison with water: 

In our demonstration we will assume that the vollage will 
be the pressure at the hydrant. When we increase the pressure 
ue increase the amount of water we can draw, due to the 
increased speed with which tile water flows. 

Hie voltage obtained from Type “K” portable Klectro- 
llicrupeutic ( abinet is approximately 65,000. or 650 times 
the voltage of the average lamp used. If von were to touch 
both terminals in a lamp socket, you would reo. 
muscular shock, though the voltage of the cm 
only one-six hundred and fiftieth part of th. 
this coil. 

Increase the water pressure at the hydi . li¬ 
the result would be that upon opening the f: 
watcr would travel at such speed that am i 
contact with it would he struck as with a bio, 

a comlK,on " ould prevail if cm-.real currents 

| volts were permitted to enter the human body It 

heel V aS a SWOrd thrust that would cleave from head to 

V ", ■' ! l * s Ia kc this tremendous pressure and force the 
tit’nH i t, a " at ? m,zer with hundreds of thousands of 
1 he , resuit would b e a mist of spray that would 
■ n '.® “ ,lre surrounding atmosphere. In the genera- 
aon of Hyh Frequency Currents an electrical condenser is 
“" ' ’ c c,rom - act,r, g does the atomizer in separat- 

no t e ^n' n r:"^ ,m,,ulscs - of such rapid succession that 
sensation affects the nervous centers Likewise there is 

no muscular contraction. 


‘ive a severe 
m would be 
barge from 

'0 times and 
a stream of 
brought into 
■ mi a sword. 


The human nei vous system can detect oscillations in 
electrical current up to 10,000 per second, and as the frequent 
increases the sensation decreases. The “K” Portable has 
frequency output of one million per second. 

1 he physician therefore has at his command a tremei« 
ously powerful agent which he can safely apply to his patierp 
giving them in a few moments more benefit than in hot 
with the one time popular battery outfit. 

This High Frequency Current is delivered by our porta 
in various ways, viz., by means of the glass vacuum electroc 
the d’Arsonval method, using the Auto-Condensation CY 
Pad, a modified Diathermy as described in the following. F 
git ration , etc. 

FOR HIGH For High Frequencv Currents, for use v 
FREQUENCY the Glass Vacuum Electrodes, s 
CURRENTS “E” and “K” on points 1. 

Lever “C” is Rheostat Control, and gov'*' 
the amount of current entering the machine: point 1 being k 
e t. and point 5 highest amount of power. 


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lever h controls the Condenser, and the n ■ 
requency on point 1 will be over twice as ereat at '° ns or 
point 1 to be used for Fulgu ration a.ul Intenrd T,- p0,nt 2 i 
' ' 1 I"'"" - '<•!- External massage. The I li.dw, H , U ' atme '«s, 
the smoother the current discharge 8 frequency 

andpoou ^,"rong^ , :^i n8th ^ ^ POi '« 1 -akest 

-i* .Sster —- B - 

•tectt°de desired in the handle, android'the* 1 fib* 16 '- C,amp 

end as far from the metal as possible to • ,nsu, ated 
shocking. Throw in switch “A " a , d rem,h! l "" ,ecess ary 
current by mean, of spark- interrupter " r , ■ stren ? h of 
o pe.t sw.tch -V when through usiAg „ mli , " carefuI *» 


A more powerful, medium High Frequency i 
tained with lever “1C" on point 2. A longer sj 
with lever "K” on point 2. Regulate at all tin- 
interrupter points “B.” 

CAUTION Never touch the metal parts oi 
handle when same are in use. 

Do not make or break connections with act 
out first cutting off the current with switch “A. 

Never touch any levers or switches when ho 
electrode in the hand; hold the handle. 1 loti 
electrode, and touching a switch or lever comp 
and is very apt to mean a severe shock. 

High Frequency Vacuum Tube treatments 
generally in Infectious Skin diseases, and sm 
tions; and Internal infections that can be reac 
trades. 


nation 


High 

frequency 


puls. 


discharJ , are cl ° sest together the Fre- 
,h c dt 8 r i' 8 ' tSl he w,der these points 
a n ‘ nl , orc powerful will be the im- 

i i‘h ZST Whe V the volt *S' of the trans¬ 
it* a- Span ,he gap. anti tin- discharge 

, ‘ , ' u: '' * esl ‘he current on yourself 

* samc to your patient. 

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Set lever 
t,RSONVALSet lever 


:on- 

rioN 


'G on pom 
"K" on noil 


curr 

(Po 


Set lever "E” on 
I lave spark points 
High Frequency. 

" on point 1 at stari 
anciug same to an 
iiiuim: point 5 nni.t 


Ne 


fi 


ver change setting 


st breaking current at switc 

See that switch "A" is 
conls to binding posts markc 
‘o Auto Pad and other to I 
patient sit tirmlv hack again- 
handle, using both hands 


lo-cd. as for 


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Treating Tuberculosis of the Luntc 
with D'Arsonval Current 


the 


lair 

ell. 


d‘Arsonval treatment with . l air pad the 
-e grasped firmly with both hands and’care 
t the cords do not touch or hang near the 
It is well to have the hands supported 
. so that there will he no danger of sparks 
esc sparks will not only prove annoying, 
the patient as well. 

an he used in the reclining position on a 
•btain the very best of results from this 
it should be made as comfortable as pos- 
uttcr relaxation being ideal if possible, 
patient reclining on the pad will derive 


more benefit than if asked to sit up during treatment. Cer¬ 
tainly the position should depend entirely on the physical con¬ 
dition of the patient. Always shut off the current before 
letting patient drop the handle, and never permit the patient 
to drop the handle with the current on, as a spark sufficient 
to burn the skin will result. 

To regulate strength of current adjust spark points as for 
High Frequency. Remember, the closer the points are ad¬ 
justed, one to the other, the higher will be the rate of Fre¬ 
quency or oscillations, and the smoother the current. 

To ascertain the amount of current being delivered, by 
means of the Color Scale sent with the outfit; open switch “A" 
and break connection from machine to metal handle, and 
fasten cord to small binding post on end of the lamp furnished. 
The tip on the nickel plated clip should now be inserted into 
the clamp on the end of the long handle, and the clip itself 
snapped over the brass threaded portion of the lamp. 

Now seat the patient as before, start the current the same 
1 and you will find the lamp glow to different shades of 
T pending on the settings of levers “C“ and **1£" and the 
: t it of spark points "B." The more current passing. 
; will be the shade. While the current is passing 
c lamp (in series with the patient), hold the color 
• up and match lamp color to some one of the num- 
I shades. 


As an example; should you desire 
the lamp color matches shade markc 
either increase or decrease the amount 
of spark points “B.” To increase —01 
decrease- —bring points closer together 

Regulation of this current can als< 
which when set on point 2 gives t 
current and when set on point 


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Tin- Jam}) should be use* 1 for testing purposes only, and 
when the desired setting is obtained should be removed from 
the circuit, and connection should be made as before, that is 
direct from the machine to the handle. The resistance of this 
lamp cuts down the current to the patient about 20% and the 
operator should figure accordingly. 

REDUCING The d’Arsonval Current as delivered through 
HIGH BLOOD the chair pad mentioned above, will reduce 
PRESSURE high arterial pressure. It is necessary to give 
a number of treatments before any lasting 
results can be obtained, as although the sphygmomanometer 
reading before and after treatment will show conclusively 
that ( in most cases at least) the pressure has been lowered 
this pressure will again come back to the high point, within 
a very short time. Each treatment will serve to reduce the 
pressure a little more than the previous sitting, and if a last¬ 
ing result is to be obtained, it will be necessary to give several 
treatments even after the pressure has been reduced to the 
point desired in order that the pressure will remain at that 
point. 

After the pressure has been brought bad normal, it is 
advisable to taper off on the treatments, tha each treat¬ 

ment a slightly lower milliamperage of current 


do clean these points, wet with saliva the corner oi a card 
and slide between points until both surfaces are thoroughly 
moistened; then burn off the moisture with the enri 
closing switch “A.” Have no electrode in the circuit when 
cleaning points, nor do not have patient connected with At 
Pad until lamp in circuit. Repeat the cleaning process two or 
three times and you will find a considerable quantity of carbon 
adhering to the card. Work regulating screw “B ’ back and 
forth during this process. This will serve to t 
foreign matter which may be present in the form of carton 
You will note the very fine control of your High Frequency 
Current after cleaning in this manner. 

Should your points become exceedingly rough at any time, 
you may have to resort to the sand paper method of cleaning 
Take a small piece of very fine sand paper and fold same tack 
to back so that you have a rough surface exposed on both site . 
Insert this carefully between the poii . ljusting sc f t l 

“B” gently, and slightly withdraw the paper, 
method more often than absolutely necessary as it wears down 
the points and is liable to make them uneven. A slight film 
of hid r."L- -perm oil spread over the points after cleaning 
will i e to keep down this formation of carbon, as i: seems 
to tem;- ■ or treat the silver surfaces and goes a kw| 

wa\ •■cent pitting. Re sure to open switch ' \" each time 
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i° the forehead, place the lingers over the bridge 
or between the eves and note the smooth intent, i n ? sc 
elleet. Place the fingers back on the forehead nr, -s',,,. “"8 

^ nnd forth, and the first trial on your part wilt®. ge f% 
unless unusually skeptical, that any congestion 
any cause whatever must yield to that type of treatment ‘ 

The same technique may be followed over the ne,-i- o 
abdomen, chest, and m fact over any part where it is t le 
generate heat. It is advisable, ahh'ougl t o , , 

essary, to remove the clothing front the par, tntder treafment 

A simple and very effective method of applying this “M a- 
T 1 tathermy as a general tonic to the limbs K to pla« the 

SlMBSfti..-■SS.'SfflRt 


See illustration on 


page 20 


CAUTION Always shut off the current before letting 
patient to drop a " d ,"‘' ' permit the 

-the,cm to burn the sW„ wiluesuff as a spark 


fulgura- 

tion 


“D.” 


I his very valuable modality is best considered 
Sort's" 8 t "’r dl 1 st i" ct fornls . tile long cooled 
,he short bo, a L PP - ed fr ? m ,hc u ' t|a coil, poles 

For ordinary trLta . , S '*T, ,rom the d’Arsonval windings, 
heavy black insiil-it I i*' 1 ll " tr '. Uud herewith, connect the 
tion ha i e an, tb T*' ! he rmg ™ ‘he 20 fnlgttra- 

X-’« Sn, 1 or 2 " '" u'^ ° f P° les “ D ” With 
all treatments.^Be sure thaUevws “K” * S ^r?- nt power <or 
1 and the spark points^'B^Vimost ckosed”" E °" P ° mt 


Application 

of 

Fulguration 


To increase the length of spark, never ir 
“E,” but adjust as far as possible, first wit 
farther with lever “CT Each time when levi 
(ahvays until switch “A" open), be sure tha 
are closely adjusted. As an example: set le\ 
open spark points “B” to deliver maximu 
setting; then open switch “A," set lever ‘*C“ 
spnrk points “B,” and you will find the cum 
thi’u when lever “C” was on point 1 and poii 
It E :i gradual step and any power can he o 

It is advisable to use an anestheti 
applying the fulguration electrode, as the 
caustic effect and really sears its way into \ 
the treatment too painful for ordinarv cases 
some other agent is employed first. 


s 

wjiw or 


Apply electrode point (three ar 
directly to the nart to he treated!, 
spring lever using index finger o 
resulting pain as much as possible 
being encountered and where no U 


v \th the iMmttr \ 
contact with the 
alleviate the 
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t ini lo (hi* surface of (he skin and quickly remove it 

KXMkin* a " ,llis n ith '" V,T '"'^>'<1 

Several short applications like this of two or three 

" mM | at the most, generally suffice in obtaining the desired 
will, this method. When shorter and hotter sparks are 

, Ml the patient on the chair pad and instead of con¬ 

necting the Other wire to the handle fasten it to the fulguration 
elect rocli* one wire is to connect from the d Arsonval post to 
t , K . elnir’pad, and the other from the d’Arsonval post to the 
fulguration handle. Dr. Eherhart has written a thorough 
chapter on Fulguration Treatments in Ins latest book, and we 
take pleasure in referring you to it for complete information 
mi the subject. 


CAUTERY See that switch “A” is open. 

See that the Spark Points “B" are open 
about 1 16 inch. (Turn regulating screw to left to open 
See that lever “G” is on point I or “Off” point. 

Sec that lever “C” is on point 1. 

See that lever “H” is on contact “C.” 


Bv opening spark points “B,” you aut< 
high tension currents, and levers “K” • 
circuit entirely, as well as the high tor 
d’Arsonval terminals. Use the heat 
used for d'Arsonval, and clamp tip 
"Cautery,” and the other ends to bind' 
tery handle. This handle has a swimb 
operating, and pressing the button dost 
knife. 


matically cut off the 
F” are out of the 
i poles “D” and the 
toon cords same as 
:'r in posts marked 
,osts on end of cau- 
for convenience in 
- the circuit to the 


Throw in switch "A” and press switch on cautery handle 
and advance lever “G” just far enough until the knife becomes 
a light cherry red. Do not advance the lever “G” too far and 
retain the pressure on the switch on handle, as there will he 

danger of burning out tin* knife. 


If a greater degree of heat is desired for very short i 
vals, you may advance lever "G” a button or two farther, 1 
then flash the current off and on by means of the cautery han¬ 
dle switch. If unable to obtain enough heat even with lever 
*‘G” clear over to the end or twelfth button, open switch "A. " 
se t “G” back to 1 and advance “C” to probably 3 or 4 Close 
switch “A” and advance *G” as before until the desired cur¬ 
rent is obtained. You may even advance lever ~C" a- far as 
point 5 as this extremely heavy current may be necessary* for 
large special knives. 


1 


of applying 
Cautery 


If your knife does not 
as above, try some other oil 
entering the machine, l.oi 
“C,” to see if they are in; 
Also examine the blades ; 
that they are clean and lit 


vhen connected and operated 
scly at lexers 

good contact on the hsme* 
intacts of 'Witch V m * 


Your knife itself ma\ even K* 
which the tip i' held possibly being 
or shipping. 


It 


it fault, the off 
attuned together <n | 


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Sinusoidal Treatment with pan and Wat ~ m 

The Sinusoidal Current ; ■ . method 

^! yS \° r at ™P hied c °ndition of'S C Mn < ! a “ fo ™s of 

uSfS° f -W «— and 

sv«*»«»»« 

SvlJr ''Tt V"?“ ,l<e " N ° 5l?Ha5 *?PP'"S iS 

designed ^ '\°' 6,8 L, 'qu'd Bath Co d « r ectly m the 

I'nr.r i i ,or 1 P ur pose This vvas especially 

" ,th the outfit, but can lii " ° n , nector » not 
Ca " be procured for the sum 

^/e^^hVtl?VK e V°^ " limbs by p, acine 
rtm on one limb than the other M ' ' use ;i stron ger cur- 
tray where most current ? f xl ™ entity of salt 
£ " du «s the electrica r wan / ed - T he action of the 
fr « passage of the current ' C sl '"' ; "" 1 al,ows » 

20 


Sinusoidal Current is Contra-Indicated in cavs u l 
Dlood Pressure If your patient has an abnormal 

f A e JnZT Sa "‘ C ^ ^ treatin * thoroSg^ 

Periodically Interrupted Sinusoidal Current mav k. e 
tained by opening and closing the knife switch as ■ 

as desirable, or if you wish, we can supply vou whh a M^haT 
jeal Interrupter. 1 he price is reasonable. 

Don’t forget: always moisten the electrodes where nossiku 
before giving treatments with this current to insure £T' 
rent and to overcome the resistance of the skin' 

As a resume on the above, vou will find that for C 
you have twelve points of regulation, for Diagno- 
points and lor Sinusoidal twenty points. Eachof these al 
points is controlled individually hv lever "C," i\iint 5 on le ' 
“C” being about live times as strong as point 1 »' 
you an even 100 points of control for the Sinusoidal 


OZONE I 

pa 

Speakiin 
therapeutic 
depends upi 
dttce it in a i 
the voltage 


Eberhart says “Whet 
- through the air ozon 

■ i ozone Dr. Xeiswaiv 
due of electric currer 
the generation of this 
p ec Inn the greater the 

■ greater its productioi 


( file oi the main uses of the high ft vou 
as a blood purilier through the agency of ottM 
erated hv 1 1 to elect rie spark or spray and \vl 
elect licit \ as applied through the high tvopten. 
electrode, (he path oi least resistance which 
the veins as they contain the con«luciaWc carlvwara 
Purities which h m 

ozone. 


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My 

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Iii addition to this widely employed use of OZo 
method of employing it for inhalation through the l " IS ” e ' s a 
oninizer as illustrated and described on page 29 of n • , an 
let. ' s >0 °k- 

CATAPHORES/S Calaphoresis is the introduction f 

cine through the unbroken skin bv medi ' 
ol an electric current and for this purpose many ■ '■ mea " s 
physicians use an ordinary high frequency glass ^ Su ccessful 
trod.' in connection with suitable medicine but nn'T e,ec ‘ 
larger measure of success can be obtained bv usim* .i Ubt a 
ctal cataphoric electrode as illustrated on na»,. , s I )e - 

hooklet. of this 

CAUTIONS: Do not allow lever “G” to stop between 
points. 1 lween 

" bre,l< "f “'“>«'»!» With switch -A- 
potno ” “tS' °«*» C “™» L.cr "H" 


CORRECTING 
ERRORS IN 
OPERATING 
THE CAUTERY 

diagnostic 

AND 

SINUSOIDAL 
CIRCUITS 


thatT hine S!l ° Uld ;i|,! ll4, v "go dead” 
1 m ts. you are unabh obmin any co¬ 
ping 0 f°tlii n ’ l | r ^ t lll, ' clv "' connecting 
‘h° „ machine front the illuminat- 

i a b ?J et ’ , a ” (1 the current in 

to ll? " S ,. rt i ng nm l’- If the lamp fails 
Uht look for burned out fuse in the 

office U or b °h X •n- Cre thc a,rre,,t enters your 
JO ampere capacity.) bu,ldln S- (Fuses should be of 

connect Op thTroidJfne'^but T 1 35 above - a ^ in 

the- contacts together liid , fo . re c,osln ff switch “A,” bend 
ui more snugly gh> so th; ‘t the blades of the switch 


tery 


Should your knife still fail to heat when connect' 

"circuit, test for trouble: Remove Cautery knife from the 
I-mule, 311(1 set ' ever ‘‘G’ on point (,. Complete a short cir- 
’‘,it with a knife blade or other piece of metal, across i Tom 
, c post on thc handle to the other, and when raakh g 
I’re-tking contact observe whether there is any -parking 
1 1 r i s can lie seen. you know the trouble is not in th 


no 

■Darks can oe seen, you miu« me uuuuie is not in the knife, 
but somewhere nearer the machine. Now disconnect the wires 
from the handle, and still with lever “G” on 


cord tips together, and watch for sparks. 

The next step will be on the marble plate itseli 
notice that the small metal plate marked “C 
under one of die binding posts. Throw on your’ci 
and touch the plate with one bar of the Cautery ki 
opposite post with the other bar of the knife. : 
this fail to indicate the trouble, it should be repoi 
once. 


You will 
> clamped 
rent again 
e. and thc 
uki even 
d to us at 


In making the: 
make good contact 

$e tests, be sure that 1 
on thc buttons. 

evers “G" and H~ 

Much the saint 

* procedure can be folk 

owed with the Diag 

nostic and Situ oi< 

lal Circuits. When you 

r lamp :. - 

inate, first be r • 

it is screwed firmlv inti 

o the socket. Or re- 

move lamp , c 

lv. and after setting 

lever "H" on point 

marked “D” 1 

“G” on button 4 or 5, 

touch side of brass 

shell on base of la 

mp to name plate, and i 

end of lamp to oMto- 

site post. Try als 

o with metal lamp hold 

cr In making a -Sort 

circuit from post 

to post, and watch for 

sparking. 

If ever (lie binding posts appear 'Me. 

nl," with .witch \ 

closed and tested , 

■lit as above, report to t 

ts at onoe 


PILOT LIGHT 1 11 , pilot light indicate a cloved cimi* 
the transformer, and yon shonM always ( 
that this light is out before leaving thc n 

I’ili>1 1 ight l .amps $0.d0 eaeh. 


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„„ Flectrodes—Continued 
High Frequency Electro Code Pri ce 

-trr.de Bazin SI.50 

rxti <;■»» . i ya 

l^^fceneSor-Compiete. iO.OO 

22 — Ozone * S c jal Urethral Electrode- Gull 1.00 

23 - Heavy G-lass .Spec Electrode. Gum 1 00 

6 Complete set of Snow’s Electrodes, Nos. 1. , 

2 3 4, 5 and 6. . . ’ 

, nQ _Diathermy Disc, 3" Diameter Graft 0.,o 

606 R—Rubber Handle for Diathermy Discs Jecur 1.00 


Insulated Shock Proof Handle for High Frequency 

Electrodes 

Many operators complain of the danger of sh 
themselves or their patients with, our regular. No. 50 Han 
on account of the exposed m ronnection. We theret 
designed the special Insulated Handle, No. 49 (see illustnv 
qn page 26), which has no exj -cd cor - 1 is absolu 

shockproof. Made entirely of . m piece of hard rubber, \ 
the heavy insulated connecting cord fastened securely to 
spring brass clamp inside. No +9 Handle and Card P 
$3.50. 



* Liquid Bath Connector <tcxc, 


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iii.ifiim is the best known method of applying the 11 

'e removal of Warts, Mole- v^ 1 



Ozone 


Generator No. 22 


I of Neoplasms of the l rinary Bladder, and for .| 
don uf (.'irii'troiis Masses. < >ur No. 20 Electro I .• 
supplied with three tips of different shapes for all p , ls 
work, and specially ■ prqwred KiiWkt Covered Steel \\j IV f* 
iiitrodiii’tnm throiijfli urethral l atheters or l ystoseopes will l 
furnished if desired De 


JB Pulgumtiun Electrode, with .1 tips. . 
10 1'iilgiiraliuii Wire, Rubber Covered. 


1 °de Price 
Gadol $2.00 
25c ft. 


(rations on pope 


• r tT1 ade in one piece. Has two 

each ^ O'l fa Vacmun chamber to which is connected 
.he^ r °S’ the High Frequency Current, 
die wire 






No. 51—Heavy Insulated High Freque 



cy Cord 

uetor covered 
i erfectiv safe 
. considerable 
C'h to afford 


which will fit 
tied a special 

Code Price 
Gait $1.00 
Hirts 1.20 
Hochc 1.35 
Hodge 1.50 


Connection is made at "10," the chamber "A" pjrtly«IW 
with the neutralizing oils, and the generator grasped hnnh at 

“I." The current passes from the active Electrode 1 

the air space to the hand, filling the outer chamber wit l 
ozone. Nose piece "F." or mouth piece 1" is connected - 
rubber tubing to end ”B.” Air is gently forced throng# 
means of bulb “G.” 

The ozone impregnated vapor is inhaled by the patient, 
is an excellent aid in treating diseases of the respiratory ores 

No. 

22—Ozone Generator, complete as illustrated. . 

The ozone generator is not furnished with tin < 
is an extra that may be added to equip' 
specified above. 


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No. 485T—Portable Combination Type "K" 


.? / h , yS v'* n f ^ ,ectrica * Appliance Controls 
•atcnt No. 1260354 


CHICAGO. ILLINOIS. 


A Compact, Practical, Portable Electro- 
Therapeutic Outfit—Type K 

There are a great many circumstances under which th 
ordinary practitioner does not need a large and hc.iv > ol 
met for his electro-therapeutic work, and there are oth< 
occasions when a portable outfit is urgently require*’.. 

Here is a powerful, simple, practical anti durable outt 
especially designed to fill the needs and meet the requii 
ments of the physician who appreciates the value of t 
various modalities and recognizes that il to ha 

them available, but yet who does not wish to install one 
the heavier cabinets or wants a portable to supplement 
office equipment. 

Type "K” will be found to meet all requirements 
such practice, and we can unconditionally recommend ii 
the profession as a high class, dependable and econom 
piece of professional equipment. 

HIGH Type "K” has a range of from rerx 

FREQUENCY Its potent 

control, for use with glass high 

quency tubes. 

The primary f lliglt Frequence appocati.'U! 

noted in increased bl.>.'.l supph to a guru area. inert 
oxidization, secretions uni local nutiition 1 )u-\ Ate >«> 
germicidal, ami while mild or medium are «4 




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F,Sc HErv &Co . 


Hiffli Frequency Currents and the Vacuun T 
ntents are indicated generally in infectious sk - treat ' 
and superficial conditions, as well as internal • /”. d ' Seases . 
can he reached with electrodes. ections that 



AUTO- 


I lie d Arsonval. 


a«o-condensatio n 


CONDENSATION current is de.iver'ed by*?*' ,, 

through the chair pad T 
even, gradual steps up to 800 milliamperes N ' 

of electrical current is perceptible by the patient ° Se " S * U °" 

The Auto-condensation current is used, in the ■ 
oi cases, for the treatment of high blood pressure These 
currents are soothing to the entire system, and the effe 
ot appl,cation constitutes what may correctly be termed a 
cellular massage. 

DIATHERMY may be defined as a form of High Fre¬ 
quency d'Arsonval current, of Thermo- 
T hcrapy which utilizes electrical energy for the production 
of thermal (heat) effects in the depths of the tissues. 

W e all know the therapeutic value of beat. Poultices 
flinseed and bread) and the hot water bottle have been 
used since time immemorial, but before the advent of the 
Diathermy application all bodily heat fwith the exception 
of that generated by the combustion of food) had to be 
applied from the outside; the outer shell received more than 
itt share of the heat application while the internal areas 
were practically untouched. 

When applying Diathermy, however, the desired heat 
may be directed to precisely the area you wish to cover, 


CHICAGO. ILLINOIS. 


the intensity of the application may be easily mod, * e . 
suit the individual case, the patient feels no eke 
sensations,” and the entire treatment consists of generating 
just t hat amount of heat at the focal point necessary regard¬ 
less of how deep in the tissues that point may be. 

Diathermy current up to 900 milliamperes is obtainable 
from the Type “K” Portable, at an extremely high rate of 
frequency; an effective, result producing discharge. 



Treating Pneumonia. Type "K "—Diathermy CmimmI 


FULGURATION One of the most v . 

all the mam mod 
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Fiilguration current may be » . 

forms: the long cool snack. , . PP led 'n t Wo 

t, sum sparks, which ( i es ,-,. 0 <hsti„ 

Ordinarily canter, les|l -ca- 

electro-ct 

voltage, low amperage 

and the latter from the d'Arsonval' CBl * c 

are available from the type “K."/ " ' ng *' Both f, 


uterize, and the sh^‘ h****' b «‘ ^ 

illation. The former are taken^! ^ 'or 

discharge „f the Tesla nth<: h ' Rl ’ 

cot! proper 


0r ni8 

Tesla figuration is especially useful i„ „ « 

"' "'"'•"'S such as wans, moles’, etc and th a ^ 1 slfi " 
lype for orificial work such -is He i ’ e d Ars °nval 

the bladder. There apparently is no'' 01 
usefulness of this modality ° * ,e actl «al 

OZONE One rif the ma,,, , 0 f High Frequency Current 

Ozone Or • P: ' nfier ’ throil ff h ‘he agency of 

spark or “ ^ ‘- Vpe " K ” ^ electric 

rodtsth P '• a : "” en iW ,Vin& *>■» vacuum elec' 
thc ho I "• a 'V ,U SCekS the [l “ :i of least res >stance (which in 
, contain the conductable car- 

’"nates and impurities), which are mostly in need of this 
purifying- action. 

I ’"'tied ozone is indicated in infectious diseases, anemia, 
ny.-ises of the respiratory organs, as well as all conditions 
' ‘I,tit is imperfect oxidation and impaired nutrition, 

zone spray is invaluable in the treatment of ulcers. 

AUTERY 1 vpe ’K generates a sufficient quantity of 
this universally handy modality to properly 
Hut any ordinary knife, of any manufacture; perfectly 
sale, easy to handle, and with 36 points of control. 


CHICAGO. 


ILLINOIS. 



Evcry physician knows the uses of the Electric Cautery. 
he „cc no technical description should be necessary. 

-Mr-iQTir The low potential current available lor 
l Tmp «htin B of diagnostic lamp bulbs can 

be regulated accurately to deliver irom 

to 12 volts. Anything from your smallest e.vstoyope 
blllis up to good sized lamps within the voltage mi. 
be operated safely. 

Among the most valuable uses of the diagnostic lamps 
may he cited: examination of the bladder for papi c 
stones, intra oral, intra nasal, and general sinus mx esti- 

gation. 

SINUSOIDAL The ideal electrical muscle massage, effee 
tive yet painless, the best known uses o 
which arc for the treatment of Paralysis and habitual Con 
Stipation, and we have some very favorable reports on th 
treatment of deafness as well. 

The application is very simple, and a very small assor 
ment of electrodes may he used for a number 
different cases. 

The Sinusoidal current as generated by type "K" 
adaptable to any method of application, is under pcrtV 
control, and with a potential ran 


CONSTRUCTION lype K Porta 
signed with the i 
as much efficiency should be built in' 


MMIJ de- 

nnd that 






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CHICAGO. ILLINOIS. 


pUCl lorm as "' a, P° ssiblc with «fety and 

engineering-. We are justly proud () f the r# ' ctr 'ca| 

scores of pleasant letters i„ our files to clearly't ’ T' ha '' 
to the most skeptical, that we have a really' . eV ' n 
result producing appliance in type “K ” ’ w °nderfu| 


We use a closed core step-up transformer; mica , 
condenser; tungsten spark interrupter points; a coml 
..on of the d'Arsonval and Tesla coils giving the operate" 
the advantage of ether high voltage and low amperage or 
h.gli amperage and low voltage, with a sliding scale be 
tween, and at various frequencies ; details found in a number 
ol high priced machines and approved by our best known 
apists in their works on the subject. 


ctre 


I he case measures, when closed. 17 inches in length, 11 
dies in depth, and S'/ 2 inches high. It is steel bound, 
ide of solid kiln dried stock, and covered with high quality 
;ck leatherette. The interior is velvet lined and so padded 
it when the nickel plated electrode clips are fastened in 
ce and the glass tubes slipped in. the appearance is very 


The electrical top itself i^ white Italian marble, on 
which are mounted the necessary outlets and control levers 
of brass, heavily nickel plated. 

GUARANTEE With the apparatus, when shipped, we 
send a very liberal guaranty, copy of 
which we will be glad to mail you if you prefer to look it 


The Spark Interrupter Points on the I ype K apparatu. 
r Illy a .pl««Hd feature. Ordinarily .be interne heat 
generated by the passing of the current across t.« 

* sufficient pitting and corros.on as to become 

a nuisance during long treatments. Th.s trouble ha 

done away with entirely on the Type K The bp 
Interrupter Points are of tungsten, an almost etcr-«ear.n 
material, and of such size that one adjustment is all that 
will be required for any treatment. 



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PISCH ElV C y Co cH i C AGO. 


Catalogue No. 485T 

itli con iu 
olt, fiO cycle 


Out. 


lype “K” Portable Combinaf 
tit with connecting coni and plug ready t„ att: ' 

A. C . line, with Tungsten Spark p "' e 
with addition of: p °*ntg, 


1 No. 1 Surface High Frequency Electrode. 

1 No. 2 Rectal High Frequency Electrode. 

1 No. 3 Vaginal High Frequency Electrode 
1 No. 4 Nasal High Frequency Electrode. 

1 No. 5 Throat High Frequency Electrode. 

1 No. 20 Fulguration Electrode with 3 tips 
1 No. 23 Urethral High Frequency Electrode. 

1 No. 50 Handle for High Frequency Tubes. 

I No. 51 Heavy Insulated High Frequency Cord 
1 No. 52 Auto Condensation Handle. 

I No. 301 Adjustable Cautery Handle. 

1 No. 305A Cautery Knife. 

1 No. 305 B Cautery Knife. 

2 No. 306 Cautery Cords. 

2 No. 311 Metal Sinusoidal Handles. 

2 No. 312 Maroon Sinusoidal Cords. 

1 No. 316 Felt Sinusoidal Disc and Handle. 

I No. 321 Diagnostic Illuminator (cords, holder and 
lamp). 

I No. 322 Diagnostic Lamp P.ttlb (extra). 

I No. 410 Auto-Condensation Chair Pad. 

1 No. 411 Auto-Condensation Registering Lamp and 

Holder. 

1 No. 412 Color Scale for d'Arsonval Currents. 

I No. 614 Hand Diathermy Electrode. 

1 Booklet of Instructions. 

Code, ANTE. Price. $110.00. 


ILLINOIS. 


. ue No 486 T—Type “K” Portable Combination 
Ca “' r „ W ith no accessories, with connecting cord and 
r ’ early to connect to the alternating current line oi 

110 volts, 60 cycles, with Tungsten Spark Points. Code. 

A BO SET, $80.00. 

Where Alternating Current other than the regular 110 
Volts 60 Cycles, is to be used to operate the type "K. the 
following alterations in price will apply: 

For 110 Volts, 25 Cycles, add $5.00. 

For 110 Volts. 40 Cycles, add 5.00. 

For 220 Volts. 25 Cycles, add 6.50. 

For 220 Volts. 40 Cycles, add 6.50. 

For 220 Volts. 60 Cycles, add 5.00. 

When the Direct Current only is obtainable a Rotary 
Converter to transform this direct flow into the necessary 
Alternating current of 110 \ olts, 60 Cycles, must he em¬ 
ployed. The Type “K” itself need not be altered, as whethei 
you use 220 Volts or 110 Volts Direct current the r tan 
furnished delivers exactly 110 \ olts A. C. 

No. 950X—Rotary Converter, for use when operatini 
Type “K” on 110 Volts Direct Current Code EMOLO 
$52.50. 

No. 955X— Rotary Converter, for use when operatin 
Type “K” on 220 \ . Its Direct Current. Code. F.PIT 
$55.00. 

Shipping Weights and Measures covering No. H 



Net 1 

Net 




Weight 

\\ eight 

Weight 

w 


in Lot. 

in Kilos 

in I.Iw. 1 

n Kilos 

in Inches Centimeter* 

35j 

15.7 

66 

29.7 j 

Uxt6\25 vVt\40x*$ 

Ty[ 

>e "K" 

No. 

>T we 

vil\s 11 IBs less ih.ii 



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CO. 


CHICAGO. 


ILLINOIS, f 



The Type “D” Portabl 


Generator ^ ret IUei 


HCy 


8 ' W ' ight - - vct efficiently powerful tv r 

<i|»rwK‘ations of frhie ... , r,u * for a ii ^ 1 

... °* "" s ver - v valuable electric-,! 

I.VPC D is economical and ,1 mo<| ality. 

to meet the demand or ^T'*’ - ^ - 
-.lit. It is simple to operate, neat PriCed P °n a 

plete in itself sturdilv r ■i In a PP e arance 

e,i. sturdily constructed and a K.„, , ’ co > 

in operation. - o| ntelv noisele 

llu electrical modalities available are a no 

frequency discharge for use with the glass " 

•rodes and for the production of Oaone. and 17 " * 

here are hvc points of voltage fsmrlr i i gurat, ° 

* V ." kWe V'fndenser permitting the useTa T'w 

Riming discharge for cavity worh, as ^ X** 

,r o,ucn^. heavier discharge for general massage ' 

the rfL t'ul nCy CHrren,S - 3S apP ' ied means c 

<kint;" e? a \T T° St generall >' indicatecI in infection 
with 12 ! I " Uerr,al U ’ feCti0ns ^ reache, 
ccnni-il ^ T T' i g F " e<1UenCy Currcnts are localh 
.n cff M ' Str ° n " Spark ‘ lischa rges are causti 

_ ec . mild or medium sparks are stimulating. 



the step-up transformer 
he operated from an alter- 
, 110 Volts, 60 Cycles. Care 
ing that the type of current 
i- understood, and that we 
n Direct current must be 
i ssary to generate the re- 
ec price list, page 16.) 



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& Co. 



No. 696— Type “D” Portable Outfit 



CH1 


CA g °’ 


ILLINOIS. 


easures 8 ^ x 11 x 17 inches, strongly made. 


I 


. meaauivo - / - . . , 

I v ith a steel valence and covered with a high grade 


The case mem 

bound with, a s J t .‘ ch " oflfers greater wearing qualities than 
o f ,eather Thc interior of the cover is so lined with velvet, 
l« ther d arran ged with metal clips to hold the various 

P added ’ , a ” in place that the entire assembly is very neat 
glass tunes » 

and attractive. 

... the exposed metal parts, levers, switch etc., are 
£ J brass or copper, heavily nickel plated, and mounted 
r white Italian marble. 

The glass vacuum electrodes are built here in our own 
factory of the best grade glass, carefully annealed, and 
uniformly exhausted. 

Tvpe “D” Portable is thoroughly tested before it leaves 
the factory, and with normal care should last a number of 
years. Each apparatus shipped is accompanied with out 
guarantee protecting the purchaser against inherent de¬ 
fects which may develop within a period of two years. 



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► 


' h < 3 ' f,s cheix & 


Co. 


Catalog No. 693 Type 

but including 
t<> the 110-Vol 


Catalog No. 695 |' v . )( . ••!)• 

and plug* ready to comm 
with addition of: 

1 No. I High Frequence 


1 No. 7 i 

l oncave Surface Electrode 

1 No. 9D 

1 Body Condenser F.lectrot 

i No. II 

tomb Electrode. 

1 No. 27 

b 11 I 1411 rat ion Electrode. 

1 No. S3 

1 hroat Electrode. 

1 No. 49 

Rubber Insulated Handle 

i No. 51 

Insulated High Frequency 

1 Com plot 

e Booklet of Instructions. 

Cotie, LA' 

IT.NT. Price. $65.00. 


Type “D” 




portable, with connecting cord 

I to the 110-Y'olt rn r , 

11 '"-Lycl* ling 


siirfai 


and Cord. 


With Cautery and Diagnostic Circuits 


ctnc lighted Diagnostic Instru- 
l>y the average physician that 
ortable "D" with these modali- 
ifficient Cautery output to heat 
im cs. and a range of from 2 to 


CH* 


CA G °' 


ILLINOIS. 


rents are i 


as delivered from the regular Type "D.’ 


^_Type “D” Portable, with the Cautery and 

Catalog No. but no accessories, with connecting 

Sand Plug ready'to connect to the 1 iO-Volt. GO-Cyde 

A. C- l' nc ' 

rule I.ATIUM- Price, $60.00. 

Catalog No. 696 -Type “D" Portable, with the Cautery and 
c H-r circuits, with connecting cord and plug ready 

n a^ nOSt,c C1 , .. .. , 

, to the \ c. 110-Volt. 00-Cycle line, with ad- 

to connect to me 

dition of: 

I No. 1 Surface High Frequency Electrode. 

1 No. 7 Small Concave Surface Electrode. 

1 No. 11 Comb High Frequency Electrode. 

1 No. 27 Glass Figuration Electrode. 

1 No. 33 Outer Throat Electrode. 

1 No. 49 Rubber High Frequency Handle and Cord. 

1 No. 54 Glass High Frequency Handle. 

1 No. 301 Cautery Handle, adjustable. 

2 No. 305 Cautery Knives. 

2 No. 300 Cautery Cords. 

1 No. 321 Diagnostic Illuminator. 

1 Compete Booklet ot Instructions, 

Code. LATIN. Price. S '.00. 



Shipping Weights and Mea 


, of No 0^3 


2 volts for diai 

gnostic 

. .; f , , i 

Net 

) Weijjlu 1 

Net (irons 

Weight Weigh! 

f accessories i 

rurrents 

or theii 

are under perfect control, and a set 
" proper application are included in 

in Lbs. 

in Kilos in l.bs. i 

he equipment. 

The H 

igh Frequency, and Fulguration cur- 

25 j 

11 


Type "D" N< 


W\40\*S Iv.n\ v 

more than No »'AV 



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the 


re f?ular 110 


' 1 *‘ 8 , 2 5 ( Vl | 
' °*K 40 c\cl 
Vo '‘». 25 Ctrl 
() N bits. 40 i 
f() Volts, 60 


Its 


Where the 1 


: tn . on, y ** available a Rotary 
rm this direct flow 


»HM o| t , 60-Cvrl. vi, S CCt "°' v int0 the necessary 
onler an apparatus' f ^nnu ** When X™ 

liver the sim. sen<1 a Kotary to de- 


0X . and 


X’o. 955X, which j 


V ycles alternating, our No. 
the —0-\ olt D. C. line we fur- 
!>° delivers 110 Volts. In either 
J can be used in connection 


No. 950X—Rotarv 


55X 


'rter. for operation on the 110-Volt 

rter, for operation on the 220-Volt 

and Measures see preceding page; 
for Xo. 694, and three pounds for 

jhs approximately 25 lbs. 


ILLINOIS. 


p” Portable High Frequency 


ThC TV and Violet Ray Generator 

. ! durable, yet simple portable bigli frc<! 


of the magnet coil type, which can he 


\ practice 

generator, 1 ” fficiency on either the alternating 

with almost eqn-i 
direct current. 

power and Capacity-Type “F" has a capacty of 60 
vo|(s alld can be adjusted down to aero potent.al. 

Frequency Control-Type “F” has a frequency co. 
|in , device, permitting applications rangmg from the . 

, necessary medium frequency currents for massar 
* e extremely high oscillation required for fufguratu 
urethral applications. 

Portability— Type- 1 ; " can be instantly connected t 
lamp socket, either D. C. or A. C . Connecting co 
permanently attached. Pocket is provider 
Clamps are provided for tubes and hat 

Metal Parts— All working parts ar 
mounted on Italian marble. 

Spark Points—The _ ‘ drawh; 

type of High Frequency - itus ha 
the operator to set the S ■ < lntemv 
just exactly the require Hint of 

electrode and to have that desired d 
stant throughout the treatment, simy 
themselves were of Silvei, which, hoi' 
pitted and corroded from the intense 
passing would fluctuate and gradual! 


idle. 



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Carrying Case I 

unci with a sU .,.| , 
•‘lack leather**!t<* which is : 
timings arc of brass lies 
asc is lint'll with velvet 


"i is substantially built, being 
<' an.I covered with patented 
superior to leather for wear. All 
v, '-v n,ck 'l-l>lated. The interior 


Guarantee- I very type “F” is put to a severe test before 

? and is back "l by an absolute guarantee 

k..m,st all inherent defects for a period of two years. 

Electrodes M, electrodes are of large capacity, are a, 
a cl. and exhausted to a uniform degree of vacuum. 

Not a Toy - I j pc I- is a thorough, practical, resuit- 
" tteTOg a ppbance, and is not a toy that is Hung from 


mil improve your office equipment and will 
‘i' in getting desired results for your patients. 

Therapeutic Effects of High Frequency Currents—Lo- 
ly they relieve congestion and stasis, all local pains and 
cness being alleviated. Although this current is applied 
the skin, the potential is so high that it penetrates every 
in the entire body, reducing hypertension, and by in¬ 
king functional activity it accelerates elimination. 


,fd.CA C °- 



ILLINOIS. 



No. 480— Type "F" High Frequency P‘ 



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Skin diseases 
Sciatica 

l orticollis (stiff 
r l leers (chronic) 
Warts 

feature to this already 
f a cautery attachment, 
temperature the knives 
ilized to light the tung- 


'nating or direct 
is to state the 
he cvcle. 


ca g °- 


1 lU inois. 


Prices 

portable, with connecting cord and 
»>“• iManach to any electric light socket. 

Mo 479 with addition of cautery 

No . 484 Outfit, same as No. . 




« ircuit . ABORAD. Price, $29.50. 

Cod e ’ * 

No . 480 Outfit consists of “F” Ronahic No. 47' 

ad 7 ;" 0 1 Surface high frequency electrode. 
l r ? Rectal high frequency electrode. 

No' 3 vaginal high frequency electrode. 

No 4 Nasal high frequency electrode. 

. No 5 Throat high frequency electrode. 

1 No. 6 Urethral high frequency electrode. 

1 No. 50 Insulated handle. 

1 No. 51 Heavy insulated cord. 

Code, ABBE. Price, complete, $32.50. 

No. 481 Outfit, with cautery circuit, full set 
trodes. cord and handle as outlined with No. 4-<0 

1 No. 301 Adjustable cautery handle. 

2 No. 306 Cautery cool 

1 No.305ACautery kniio. 

1 NO.305BCautery knife 

1 No. 321 Diagnostic illuminator, with cords 
and tungsten lamp. 

1 No, 20 Fulguration handle with 3 tips 
Code, ABDUCT. Price, $43.50. 


with 



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H C FFSCHEK £,• CO. 


handle, with 


circuit same as Xo. 484. 
ctrodes as outlined with 


hts and Measures Type “F” High 
Frequency Portable 


Ascription 

Contents 

Containers 


12x33 J P. B. Carton 
(led ill all of these 


,l 


CA ( 


GO- 


Illinois. <t 


..Q- Portable High Frequency 
Tb e TvP e nd Viole t Ray Generator 

nt IS constructed along the same line 

This e«,.m->'^ (orcgoing pages, except that the marble 
tyr "P" on .„,t on an attractive mah 


are mounted on an attr: 

top >nd rcToVthc black leather covered case 
pl aCC r...,„re than as a portable 


th 


b o* 
ni° r 


in P 1 


i P e 


rrmanent fixture than as a portable. 

t of the very simple constructton 
0,1 aCC °“ little attention is necessary to ke< 

^condition. It is well made, fully 

„ 0 - can be connected to any lamp s< 
■ Alternating or direct current. Simply 
6 ’'nt you have available, and the voltage . 
Am ^ttbe outfit accordingly. 

Type “O" "as a frequency A 

vice, enabling the operator to deln « f 

vibrating current for massage, o 

high frequency for figuration, or trta 

areas. 

Every machine must stand a \e . > 
leaving the factory, and 0 t gnat an 
defect that may develop for a period " tw . 
is finished it' mahogan\. hand rubbed. a 
Italian marble top. making a hands* oh v 
metal parts are of bras**. bcavdx mcKci p a 



of this ap- 
) it in per- 
iniaranteed 



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, 0 0. ILLINOIS. 


49 

51 

20 


vc r is provided with clips for glass 
, plush d [^ lcS| W ith heavily insulated high ire- 

Hfr.q« ency ,Ltd rubber shock proof handle. The 
iigi* r( j an<» 11 

,ue" cy J"applied include: 

= leC,r0< ^ face tube for general massage. 

■ mnib electrode. 
r HU -d rubber shock proof handle. 
iTavy insulated high fluency cord. 

-Il fulguration electrode, with 3 tips, for the 
Removal of warts, moles and other nev,. 

, vh frequency electrodes may be selected from 
0,hcr , * hc a bove will be found sufficient to cover all 
our list, but the 

ordinary n«ds. 

x , 0 476 , including Electrodes Nos. 

°!!‘ Ko 49, and No. M Cord and booklet o 
Handle NO- ’o „ „„ 

Code, ANON. Price, $40.00. 

No 476 —Type "O" Portable 


1 

1 No 
1 No 
1 No 
, No 


1 , 11 . 20 


No. 4i 

6 Violet Ray Generator Type “O” 

Net 1 Net 
Weight > V ^. ldt i 
in Lbs. m Kilos 

Gross 1 Gross 
| Weight >\ 
in Lbs. j in Kuos 

Dimcn. of Dimen. of 

Containers t ontainer* 

in Inches ! Centimeters ot 



--- 

15 i 6.7 

17 7.6 

7x9x13 17x22x25 P. B. C'«t! 




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prudently or in connection with medicinal dosage, as it 
prepares the body to receive the help the medicine offers. 

Positive Results—Pain and inflammation can be prompt¬ 
ly relieved or greatly alleviated by applying the current to 
the affected spot. This local application of the high fre¬ 
quency current produces an effect of hyperemia, similar to 
that produced by massage, but deeper and more lasting. 

The use of the sparks from a violet ray tube will destroy 
growths on the scalp and abort boils and other skin lesions 
without any danger of infection. 

ft is so far in advance that results can be obtained in 
minutes which ordinarily took hours to produce with the 
one time popular faradic battery outfit. 

W ith the use of the figuration electrode warts, moles 
and other nevi can he removed without leaving any scar. 

><► varied and positive are the good results obtained 
from the use of high frequency violet ray currents that if 
anyone will conscientiously apply same relief can and will 
be obtained. 

Construction—In general construction type “J” is very 
ubstantial. The case is steel bound, covered with black 
atherette, and has the interior lined with velvet. All the 
,ctal P arts are made of brass heavily nickel-plated and 

ounted on white Italian marble. 




iCA' 


po. 


ILLINOIS. 


TyP e 


„ ca „ be operated from either 

r ,nt • that is necessary l ° Sta “' 
* curr , ' of your supply- and if alternat 

.-.. 


<lirt- cl 

is the 

Tbit 

station- 

tee —Type “J” i» bullt l " uler 1 
GUa en a severe running test before 1. 

a ” d backed by an absolute guarantee a, 

^r a period of two years. 

Prices 

475 _Type “J,” complete with surt; 
N °cord, insulated handle and instruct!. 

Code. ABANKT. Trice.: 


No. 4/3- 


47 j — Type "J" "ith No. 04» sp 
shock proof handle, with a 4-fOO 
in place of the regular cord and h: 

Code. AKABIC. 1’tici 

Careful investigation is invited, at 
fully given. Circular »>t ' arious c 
the outfit sent on request. 

No. 475— Type "J* 


Not NVl 
WViahi W»’i«M 
In I .In. In Kilo* 


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Bulletin No. 24. 

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Static Machines, 
X-Ray Supplies, 

AND 

,0 

Electro-Therapeutical 

Apparatus. 


Manufactured by 

SWETT & LEWIS CO., 

79 Eranklin Street, Formerly I I Bromfield Street, 


BOSTON, MASS. 







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24 


GREETING. 

We wish to thank our customers for their cordial support of the 
last three years. On our part we have striven to warrant this 
patronage by improving our apparatus every way in our power. 

In March last, we purchased the business and good-will of the 
Ameiican Roentgen Ray Co., and in our new machines we will 
incoi porate the best features of their machines together with the 
tried and proven parts of our own, making our modern outfit the 
culmination of years of practice and experiment. 

The manufacturing department of our business has been placed 
in the hands of Mr. Howard Jackson, a well-known electrical en¬ 
gineer, and all goods are made under the direct personal super¬ 
vision of our manager, Frank H. Swett, M. E. 

N We haVe add6d t0 our line of stati e and X-ray apparatus a full 
Hue of galvanic and faradic batteries, light sets, and everything in 
electnxmedical equipment and supplies. 

SWETT & LEWIS CO., 

Successors to 

G - A. Frek& Co., and American Roentgen Ray Co. 

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TO PURCHASeRS. 

Terms cash. 


The prices in this catalogue 
notice. 


are ne/, subject to change without. 


^ve(s) per cent, discount will be allowed when cash accom¬ 
panies the order. Goods will be sent C. O. D. when at least 2G 
per cent of the entire amount of invoice accompanies order. 
Return chaiges are at expense of purchaser. 

Remittances should be made by New York bank draft express 
or postal order. ’ press 

Croocls will be delivered FOP i ± 

Mass. ’ 8 t ° r £Xpress ’ Boston, 


No charge is made for packing. 

nt ! :.:"r: f : ppa ; au,sis no a.i owa 


will be made for breakag 


fe in transit. 


a nee 


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STATIC MACHINES. 

The cabinetwork on our machines maybe either mahogany or 
and is designed for strength and neatness Every machine un^ 
especially ordered to the contrary, is provided with a case of wood 

and glass which 
insulates the 
generating parts 
from the outside 
atmosphere. Ac¬ 
cess to the work¬ 
ing parts is ob¬ 
tained through 
doors in each end 
of the case. To 
prevent electrical 


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leakage all the 


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metal and con¬ 
ducting parts are 
firmly fixed on 
hard rubber sup¬ 
ports. The driv¬ 
ing gear is so ar¬ 
ranged that the 
operator may 

machine at its required speed of from , cn , ^ the 

per minute. If desired v c . ■ , ’ 5 to 2,000 revolutions 

‘ached without extra charge^" Tl ''"I 167 ^ 3 m ° t0r WH1 be at ' 
and self-lubricating and rfennir* beann gs are self-adjusting 
manipulation the d'cST F ° r — nienc^ 

the case. ‘ b db are P'aced on the outside of 

volving rubber plate" win^ Statlonar y glass plate and one re- 

6 a 4 or 5 mch spark, and is built for 


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school and experimental work. It will show the bones of the hand 
or arm with the fluoroscope. 

I he No. 2 machine is especially adapted to the needs of the 
physician in gen¬ 



eral practice for 
X-ray and ther¬ 
apeutical work. 

It has two station¬ 
ary gl ass plates 
and two revolv¬ 
ing rubber plates, 
and will give an 
8 inch continuous 
spark. It is use¬ 
ful in light ther¬ 
apeutical and the 
smaller X-ray 
work. 

No. 2 Special 
is of the same 
capacity as the 
preceding, but is 
built more sub¬ 
stantially, and is 
adapted to long 
continuous ser¬ 
vice of the hard¬ 
est nature. I n 
essentials, it is the 
same as No. 2, 
with the addition 
°f an extra sup¬ 
port for bearings, gi v ir 
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. machine has four stationary glass and four revolving 
0ur N ,°. 3 s n wU1 give an 8 inch spark of twice the volume of the 
rubbei p » b ^ iit ^ physicians an d hospitals desiring a neat, 
N °. 2 , an erful x . ray an d therapeutical outfit. This 

machine has been growing in favor with the medical profession 

during the past year, as is 

attested by the numerous 
unsolicited testimonials 
which we have received. 
It may be run by hand, 
or, if preferred, from any 
source of power. 

At present we are build 
ing a new line of static 
machines which will short¬ 
ly be placed upon the mar¬ 
ket. They will embody all 
the latest improvements, 
including pole-changer, 
air-tight case, anti-friction, 
self-adjusting, oilless bear¬ 
ings, and belt-tightening 
device, all so arranged 
that in the operation of the machine it will never be necessary 
to open the case or expose the working parts to the outside 
atmosphere. A special supplement devoted to these machines 
will be issued shortly. Write for it. 


NET PRICE LIST. 

No. 1 . 

„ 2 . 

>, 2 Special . . 

” 3 . 

” 3 (with pole-changer) 

Prices of complete outfits see page I 


$3°-°° 

45-°° 

60.00 
95.00 
100.00 


















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TUBES. 

We feel justly proud of the way our tubes have stood the hard 
and exacting tests 
to which they have 
been submitted 
in the past few 
years. 

Too much care 
cannot be exer¬ 
cised in fitting a 
tube to a special 



//'X-RAY FIELD, 

7 / // ; i 1 \ \ ' ' 

S Tube. 



machine. We make tubes for all kinds and sizes of generators and 

carry in stock all the ordinary 
styles. In placing an order 
for a tube, it is absolutely nec¬ 
essary to specify the kind of 
machine and the spark length 
upon which it is to be run in 
order that you may receive a tube of the correct style and vacuum. 
If you have any special idea 
that you wish embodied in a 
tube, send us the specifications 

and we will make it for you. B Tube. 


T Tube. 



Type W may also be used for coils. 

Vacuum regulator, $2.00 extra. Repumping: S and B, $1.00; 
W and T, $1.50 ; M and R, $2.00. Repairing at reasonable prices. 

We make a specialty of repairing and repuniping other makes 
of tubes. We will not hold ourselves responsible for the breaking 


PRICE LIST. 

Type S, for small static machines 

$ 5.00 

„ W, ,, medium „ „ ... 

6 -75 

„ M, „ largest ,, „ ... 

8.00 

„ R, „ large coils . 

7 - 5 ° 

„ B, „ coils 6 ins. or less .... 

5.°o 

„ T, ,, Tesla coils . 

7 - 5 ° 

„ T, „ large, size, adjustable vacuum . 

10.00 



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of tubes undergoing repairs. Our new special static tube i s Su _ 
perior in definition, brilliancy, and life. Prices same as for regular 
S and W. When ordering, specify Special S or Special W. 

TUBE STANDS. 

Our small tube stands are made of highly polished maple, cork 
. , • • *__.* , . . 


jaws, triple swing, giving any possible 
lead to hold the tube steady 


angle, and are weighted 


with 


Our floor stand is particu¬ 
larly adapted for use in hospi¬ 
tals, or places where a large 
range of position for the tube 
is necessary. This stand is 
made of iron with a fiber arm, 
cork jaws for the tube, in¬ 
sulators for holding wires at 
least 16 inches apart, and will 
hold the tube in any position 
from 1 to 9 feet from the floor. 

Price, $ I O.OO. 


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FLUOROSCOPES. 

Theie are two different kinds of fluoroscopes, the tungstate 
of calcium and the platinum barium cyanide. The advantages 
of the tungstate are its long life and 
comparatively low price. Our tung¬ 
state screens are made from the best 
ciystals obtainable, in a thorough and 
workmanlike manner, and are unsur¬ 
passed. 

Our barium screens are manufac¬ 
tured by a new process, which insures 
a much longer life for them than 
heretofore, and are a triumph of 
brilliancy, definition, and wearing 
quality. The barium screen is fully 
75 P er cent, clearer than the tung¬ 
state, and the increased cost will be 
money well spent to any one who 
ciable amount. 


uses the X-ray any appre- 


Calcium Tungstate. 


PRICE LIST. 

Platinum Barium Cyanide. 

4 x 5 . $8.00 


$5.00 
6.00 
9.00 
9.00 
11.00 
16.00 


Unmounted tungstate calcium screens, 15 ce 


• . 10.00 

• • I2 - 5 ° 

• • 13.00 

• • 16.00 

• . 24.00 

Its per square inch. 


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SPARK GAPS. 

It is an established fact that for X-ray work a double spark 
gap, i. e., a gap at each pole, is very much bet¬ 
ter than the old method of a single gap r p 0 
make this feasible, we manufacture these spark 
gaps. 

They are made of brass and rubber, so ar¬ 
ranged that they may be clamped to the dis¬ 
charge rods, and the length of gap regulated by 
a screw. I hese, or the pole-changer with double 
gap listed below, should be used on all static 
machines intended for X-ray work. 

Price, $3.00 per pair. 



POLE-CHANGER. 


by lequest of a number of our friends, we have designed 
combined pole-changer and double spark gap. This may be a 

aciec to any static machine in five minutes’time with only th 
aia ot a screwdriver. J 

theCC“ Se th T' be maybe “stMtly reversed without disturb!., 

2 rf'" J T en ‘ ° r This appliance is nea 

size style Th 7 "'t’ a ” d P ° S,tlTe in action ' In ordering stab 
’ Slyle ' “ d &msh ° f '*><= machine it is to be used on. 

Price, $5.00. 

nSCaXil:. machi "“ « f *■« makes .nade to order 
















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SAMPLE OUTFITS. 


Outfit A. 

One No. 2 machine, including case 


99 

95 

9 ? 


tube, type S . 

extra tube, type S . 

tube stand. 

tungstate of calcium fluoroscope, 6x6 


Outfit E. 

For experimental and school work. 

One No. 1 machine . 

,, tube, type S . 

„ tube stand . . 

,, fluoroscope, 5x5. 


Outfit G. 

One No. 3 machine, including case and pole-changer 
tube, type S, with adjustable vacuum . . . 

S. 


99 

99 9J 99 

stand 


>> 


tungstate of calcium fluoroscope, 6x8. 


$45 


$65 


00 

00 

00 

2 5 

00 

2 5 


$ 3 °-00 
5.00 

1 - 2 5 
6.00 


$42.25 



124.25 


We recommend the addition of a pole-changer or a pair of 
spark gaps to each of the above outfits. Price: pole-changer, $ 8.00 • 
spark gaps ’ ’ ’ 


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Outfit D. 

We would advise this outfit' where from lack of room or other 
local reasons a static machine could not be used. 

One 8 in. Ruhmkorff coil. 

n tube, type W. 

!! >? ,, R. 

jj stand. 

„ fluoroscope, 6x8. 

1 om cells storage battery, 100 ampere-hours 


115.00 
6 75 
7 - 5 ° 
1.25 
11.00 
50.00 




Prices 


. ° n 0t ^ ei s ' zes of coils and special catalogue on applica- 

cnn ' 1 C01 ' S arS made ex P ress1 )' for us by one of the oldest 

the m C ° Untry ’ and we do not lles i tfl te to warrant them 

the best thing obtainable in the coil line. 

of the aboveml^^ ^ . SUbstitUted for tun S state in an > r 

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to the tube may be changed while the machine 


is generating 


Fused chloride of calcium, per lb. 

)> >) >) >) 1 o lb. can . 

Pulley for attaching motor. 

Special stretched rawhide belts, each. 

Belt needle, with waxed ends. 

Brushes, each. 

Cords with special hook tips for connecting tubes to 
machine, 5 foot, 50 cents; 10 foot. 



EXTRA PARTS. 

Glass plates, each. $2.00 

Rubber plates, each (subject to change with market price 

of rubber) . 3.50 

Leyden jars, each. .33 

Wooden covers for Leyden jars, per pair. .50 

Brass rod used to short-circuit machine so that connection 


1.00 
.40 
1.50 

1.00 

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.To 

• r 5 

•75 



When ordering parts, give serial number, which you 
will find on base of machine, behind gear wheel, and 
also on door of machine. 

We make a specialty of furnishing parts of static 
machines and apparatus to experimenters or others who 
wish to build for themselves. Prices on application. 


MOTORS. 

Having so many inquiries for motors to run our machines, we 
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u horse power motor, no volt direct current for No. 2 

machine.$ 2 5 -°° 

t ( " horse-power motor, 104 or 52 volt alternating for 

No. 2 machine.60.00 

horse-power motor, 110 volt direct for No. 3 

machine . 55 - 00 

horse-power motor, 104 or 52 volt alternating for 

No. 3 machine.90.00 

horse-power 500 volt direct current for No. 3 

machine. 60.00 

Water motor for No. 2 machine, pressure of 80 lbs. to 

square inch, or over. 15-°° 

Water motor for No. 2 machine, pressure under 80 lbs. 

to square inch.22.50 

Water motor for No. 3 machine, pressure of 80 lbs. or 

over per square inch. 22.50 

In ordering motors, if electric, state voltage of the current, and 
if alternating, the frequency of alternations; if water motors, the 
water pressure per square inch and size of your supply pipe. 


CARBUTT PLATES EOR X-RAY WORK. 

These plates are individually wrapped in light-proof wrappers 
so that they may be used under the X-rays without any further 
preparation. 

Size. 


Per Dozen 

5 x 7 $i-3° 

6 1 /, x 2.00 

8x10 290 

10 x 12 4.30 


Size. 

I I X 14 

I+XI7 


Per Dozen. 

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DEVELOPING AND PRINTING OUTFIT. 


1 wo 8 x io developing trays 
One 8xio printing frame 
» 3 oz. bottle rodinal . . 

,, red lantern , 

„ pound hypo. 


$ 2.20 

•75 
.Co 
i .oo 
. TO 

$4.65 


Complete outfit with full instructions for use shipped immedi¬ 
ately on receipt of order, 


ELUOROMETER. 

F01 use in hospitals, or in other places, where a very large num¬ 
ber of accident cases are brought to be radiographed, a positive 
means of locating foreign substances is a great help both as to 
tune and results. Such an apparatus is the Dennis fluorometer. 
Killer details and special catalogue of this valuable adjunct to 
X-ray work on application. 

Price, $150.00. 


STATIC ELECTRODES. 

Crown , 

n . $2.50 

Point .... D 

Insulating handle .... 

Ball ... ’ 5 ° 

Roller . .. 100 

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Morton interrupting handle. 

Insulating stool. 

Floor stand, with ball, crown, and point, complete 

Static cords, per pair. 


$$■00 
( 5,00 
I 0,00 
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The above case contains one pair static cords with handles, one 
point, one roller, one insulating hook, and one ball, in plush-lined 
leather case. 

Price, $(>.50. 


OZONE INHALER. 

The therapeutic value of ozone is coining to be more and more 
generally recognized by the medical fraternity. To meet this want 
we make a neat appliance which may be used on any static ma¬ 
chine. It consists of a glass bulb, with the propel terminals 
enclosed, firmly arranged on a polished turned wooden base. 

Price, $(>. 00 , 


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PORTABLE LIGHT SET. 

Recognizing the value to the physician of some little instrument 

for illuminating the inte¬ 
rior parts, we have design¬ 
ed and built a neat and 
portable light set. The 
lamp used is of two candle 
power. Three silver-plated 
reflectors are furnished. 
The electricity is gener¬ 
ated by three dry cells and 
the current is controlled 
by a simple rheostat. The 
case is finished in mahog¬ 
any, all metal parts nickel 
plated and fitted with a 
neat drop handle and 
catch. 

Price complete., $15.00. 

EPILATION SET. 

Having had many calls for a serviceable outfit that will perma- 
nentlyremove superfluous hair, 
we have designed and placed 
011 market a neat, compact, 
and thoroughly reliable set for 
that P u Tose. Eight cells of 
r y battery pu t up in a highly 

Poished gartered oak case, 

SWitch > rheostat, binding 

u TcTr cU ^- w: 

latest improved dry 


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cells with this outfit as well as the preceding, because they 
combine the advantages of portability, freedom ftom odor, and 
cleanliness, together with large output. The epilation case con¬ 
tains six steel needles, two iridio-platinum needles, needle holder, 
magnifying glass, and forceps. The lamp and reflectors used in 
the light set, also a small cautery knife, maybe used with this 
battery. With the addition of the proper needles, this set may 
be used for the removal of naevi, birth marks, etc. Ample pro¬ 
vision is made in the box for carrying these accessories. Wet 
battery may be substituted without additional cost. 


PRICE LIST. 


Box, switchboard, battery, etc. 

Epilation case. 

Epilation set (complete). 

Needle case (naevi, birth marks, etc.) . 

Small lamp with handle and reflector cord and socket 

Cautery knives, each. 

Lamp only. 

Replacing battery cells. 

Cords (per pair). 

Sponges (per pair). 

Handles (per pair). 

Complete outfit (box, epilation case, needle case, lamp, 
cautery knife, cords, and sponges) 


515.00 

3- 2 S 

18.00 

3-5° 
3 75 
■75 

.80 

2.40 

•5° 

■75 

.60 

25.00 


lhe cdls used ic this b »K“y should last from six months to a 
year, accord,ng to use. When it is necessary to renew them, the 
cells can be procured and connected by the purchaser, or the box 
may be sent to us, express prepaid, and we will attend to it. 

n|1 TT ,t “ tention '» an y special design of battery. Price 
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WET CELL GALVANIC AND EARADIC 
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GALVANIC AND EARADIC CABINETS 


NO. I CABINET. 


This cabinet has room for 42 cells of sal-ammoniac battery, a 

switchboard containing cell se¬ 
lector, wire rheostat, adjustable 
rheotome for both galvanic and 
faradic currents, faradic coil 
with adjustable vibrator, pole- 
changer, m il 1 i a m p e re me ter, 
binding posts, and necessary 
switches, together with drawers 
for electrodes. 


Price, without cells, $30.00. 


NO. 6 CABINET. 
Illustrated. 

No. 6 cabinet 
ranged for either the no volt 
direct current taken from the 
street main, or for 40 cells of 
primary battery. The marble 
plate has on it a milliampere- 
meter, graphite rheostat, faradic 
coil, adjustable rheotome for 
either galvanic or faradic cur- 
pole-changer, and the necessary switches and binding posts. 

Price, without cells, $93.00. 

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No. <J plate wire<1 for I 10 volt circuit. 

Price, 460.00. 


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In some cases a portable galvanic battery is a valuable adjunct 
to the physician’s equipment. This 40 cell (dry) galvanic and 
faradic outfit is 14 y 2 inches long, 8 % inches wide, and 7^ 
inches high, weighs 24 pounds, and is fitted with a special fara¬ 
dic coil having two vibrators, giving the fullest possible range of 
faradism, milliamperemeter, and graphite rheostat. 

Price,, including cords, handles, and sponges, $50.00. 

Renewing cells, $5.00. 

Prices and description of other styles and sizes of cabinets on 
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galvanic and faradic parts and 

SUPPLIES. 

We list below a few of the galvanic and faradic accessories 

which we carry in stock : St - 00 

Milliamperemeter • ‘ ^ oo 

Milliamperemeter (galvanometer form). ‘ 

Graphite rheostat.' ‘ ' '. 

Graduated automatic rheotome (for either galvanic or 

.... 12.00 

faradic) . 

Cautery set and knives (including handles and ecraseui 

. ... 12.00 

loop) . 

General electrode case.. ’ ’ ’ " 

Head lamp, aluminum parabolic reflector, with coids . 9 '°° 

Cords (per pair).• • ' " 

Faradic batteries. $ 5 - 00 > $ 7 - 5 °’ $ 9 -°°> $i8-°° 

We can furnish at a few clays’ notice any style of electrode man¬ 
ufactured and at market prices. 


CELLS. 

The best dry cells made at 40 cents apiece; lots of six or over, 
35 cents apiece. The Swett & Lewis wet cell (for all open cir¬ 
cuit work where long life and reliability are desired), 45 cents 
apiece; lots of six or over, 40 cents apiece. 

Special wet cell (large zinc surface for use where large amper¬ 
age is imperative), $1.25 each; lots of six or over, $1.10; lot of 
40 or more, $1.00 each. 

For all portable batteries of any kind we would recommend the 
use of dry cells, as their light weight and freedom from leakage 
and odor make them superior for transportation. For office work 
the Swett & Lewis sal-ammoniac cell is more efficient. Special 
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we recommend a storage battery and primaiy 11 II.,, 01, il 'I" 
alternating current from the street mains is a va ilabli, a 1 1,111..I<> 1 in 1 
may be used. 

Price, complete set, including two cells, storage bulimy, 
set of primary battery, and cautery set, described 

on page 23 .f'll-'" 

Transformer, for use on 104 or 52 volt, alh rnating cm 



needed. This lamp is operated by three cells of dry battery, and 
will last a long time. When the cells become exhausted a new 
charge should be inserted. 


Charges, 30 Cents. 
Uv Mail, 50 Cents. 


Price, $3.00. 

By Mail, $3.30. 


Larger size, batteries guaranteed for ten hours’ use, $3.30. 
By Mail, $4.00. 


BOOKS. 


Monell’s Manual of Static Electricity in X-Ray and Thera 


peutical Uses 


Morton on the X-Ray. Paper, 50 cents ; cloth . . . 

Meadowcraft. A B C of the X-Ray. Cloth 

Atkinson’s Static Electricity. 

Removal of Superfluous Hair and Other blemishes b> 

Electricity. 

Haynes’ Elementary Principles of Electro-Therapeutics 


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Sulphurous Acid. Sec Sulphur. 

Sulphur, Spectrum of. In a Geissler’s tube, sulphur, when warmed and ren¬ 
dered incandescent by the passage of an induction current, gives rise to a spectrum 
of bright bands of PlUcker’s first order; when strongly heated the bright bands give 
place to bright lines, the spectrum changing to one of PlUcker’s second order. 

Summer. See Seasons. 

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Sulphur .—The spectrum of this metalloid was studied 
with a tube having external metallic armatures* and 
containing a little sulphur, which was heated more or lc«< 
according to the pressure desired in the vapour thus pro¬ 
duced. With the induction coil and low pressure, a 
speCUum of the first order of Pluckcr and Hittoifl was 
observed. With the spark from a Molia machine the 
spectrum observed was, on the contrary, entirely com¬ 
posed of bright lines, of which the author gives the wave¬ 
lengths. 

The absorption-spe&rum of sulphur is difficult to ob¬ 
tain. The dark bands are especially visible in the blue; 
they coincide with those of the primary spectrum. The 
introdu&ion of a certain quantity of sulphur into the 
hydrogen flame produces, in the portion of this flame 
having the highest temperature, a bluish-violet colouration, 
which, studied with the spectroscope, gives the primary 
speCtrum of sulphur. The coloured space may be con 
sidcrably increased by pressing the hydrogen flame against 
a sheet of water; the entire surface of contact become* 
coloured with this blue light) which can then be spectro¬ 
scopically analysed. The author considers that by this 
process one may dcteCt, by simple colouration, without 
using the speCt rot cope, the presence in a hydrogen fla*ne 
of o # ooooo2 gr. of sulphur. 

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Teslu and Edison Perfect 
Revolutionizing Light-. 


BUTTER THAN ARC LAMPS 

JHW&innUon In Pore White and 

• Unusually Brilliant 


■5 PARK.|^ij^^- 

J/yYY' -Oft}/, April 9 V 

Orange, N. j(j C N 


UTILIZED WITH THE CAMERA 


Photograph Is Taken Aftor Two See-’ 
, omls' Exposure. 


DISCOVERIES. ARE SIMULTANEOUS, 


n*w York. May 20.-(8y«-lnM- 
.To.U an making light of thn X 


- Taalaftn. p.rrvoted a vacuum tuba nyolctn 
of alcctrln lighting without wlroa. The 
rty« of llteht are moro brilliant, more ln« 
and whiter than those of the nrc light 

Tho |ww*r of It ta linear- 


Dear Ur. lCdlaon: 


And thay can hn produced with Iran elrc* 

tlical nnergy. .__ .. __ .1 

tain ad by Inking U laboratory photograph 
with It, an cxponure of two nrcamlii only- 
halng neernnory mid tho production being 
wonderfully accurate In detail. 

Ttala ■ays he ban elmplltlcd hla apparatus 
and will have it ready for practical uao 
aoon. 

U la a conaurmimttun of hla idoaa promul¬ 
gated In a lecture delivered live yearn nKO 
bofora the Amcrlruii liintltuto of Electrical 
Engineer* The Electrical Hevlew. which 
Imuo tomorrow, will contain a aclcntllta 


If you have anything additional 
on the X ray question, won't you put us on the 
Hat so we onn get a oopy of It and publlah In 
the most wldoly read pleotrlonl paper In the 
world. Modesty will not permit mo to tell you 
what thia/paperV la, but you know. With regards, 


oerely 


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Teste anil Edison Perfect ■, 
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Unu anally Brill limt. 


UTILIZED WITH TEE CAMJ3BA 


PliptOff&jFli In Tuk^ii A ft or Two Sc*.-' 


0lhls r Ki [mill Pi;. 


KlfrCOVCBlES AHK SIMULTANEOUS. 


Kiw Tnrk, Way afl,-|Sn«]fllT]~Hlll|U|l Ilia 

Tftilii HPi- muitJj.K f i.'iLl or til* X rayt 

vj TtmlnTmn perfected n vacuum Itlbo pyiiLtm 
fif itl«lrln ItiihtiiLK n-LUsoui wJfOfc. TJiu 
1 TiJfft of light ore m®r" hrllUiuil, njurn 
ffliiBi*, thil whiter lltu.ii I hum nf rho nrc tlgjit 
A ml Shoy 14111 Im (irotllPfCil WiliL I inn ctr<n. 
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liUnirt by lulling u inljoiiiiur^ jjliEJtoffrnuh 
wLili i[„ mi PKpoiiUri of m-fl rWtOILiUl asily 
Intlnj Jinci-nnary unit th,- (irp.lncijqn being 
wmiflflTfilHy nctiifrjiiifi In iJi i iull! P 

Tirifc IqJrji hr tin n iLtfipilllHitJ hi* uihjiuruCUR 
* n “ »JU hov.i li ready fur iiremieai m* 
Won. 

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Mim'd Iji n. IceLiin tiiHUveml Hvn yeum ugo 
bfefbre th.- Ami.'rlunii temiiyi. nr UCIertnonl 
Eincin^nn Tin- KliKlrlcpI llrrEnw, which 
iimijir lo-jitpuruii, I.VJI1 H.'c.ntuJn a. uilrndita 
aOflfldnl ut Jiln i||.»L L t]VHrlcK, 

Aod the pome ini'UHi of llir. nrvErw wi]| givt 
HUMOn 111 [in occanm I>f liidliim’t uLlllniteo 
Of tfn Ortcikm 11lls', flit" tlm RumL 1 IJItrpOn^, 

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ELECTRICAL APPARATUS. 

OUR X RAY TUBES 

ARE THE BEST THAT CAN BE MADE. 


WE MAKE SPECIAL X RAY TUBES 

FOR USE WITH COILS HAVING EXTRA HEAVY SPARK CAPACITY 


TH05IS0N' DOl’BLE-FOCUS TUBE, for high 

frequency colls. 




Fluoroscopes 


With Barium Platino Cyanide Screens 
give finest results. We make all sizes, 
also unmounted screens. 


CATALOGUE ON 
APPLICATION. 


FOltJt It5—Slagl.-rom. X Ray Tub*, KOltJt UU—Sluglt-focii, X Kay 

for Induction rolls of 4>lnrh to 12-inrh Tube. for Indurtlon roll* of 

■parks. 4>Inrh lo (J-inrh spark*. 


— 

Miniature Lamps, Candelabra, Decora¬ 
tive, and Battery, for all Purposes. 


Edison Decorative & Miniature Lamp Dept. 

(General Electric Co.) HARRISON, N. J. 


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Tumours- 

Eruptions and 
Insomnia- 
Nervous Debility- 
Dyspepsia or Indipestion 
Kidney Disease. 

Liver Trouble. 

Colic and other Bo *® mp , a ints. 
Pa ra |y,, s. j0 mts or 

Contracted Lim Musc les. 


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Durable- 


ConstiP Atlon ‘ 
tpfluenxa and »• 

neafness- 
General Debility 

Hemorrhoids. 

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Not Electric. 


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VIBRATORY MASSAGE, 




THE VEEDEE 

- and - 

HOW TO USE IT. 


For 

CURATIVE VIBRATION, 


nerve stimulation, 

and 

BLOOD CIRCULATING, 


In various complaints, eto., with 
Special Chapters, relating to 
Its*uses for the 

TOILET. 




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CCiONES . LAR. 
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NON 6 ELECTRICO- NIEN . « 
DA RICARICARE. SEMFLICE. 

SOUOO. DURABILE. 

II "Veedee" « un appai-Ato 
do mano splendidamenie nike. 
lado. per mnssAgio clbrolorto. 
Un giro della manovellA eorrts 
ponde a 50 revolution!. oaffio- 
nando 50 vltnwlom. Cosi- *' 
Sue of.ncro 8.000 vlbrazien, 
per minuto. so e recess*no. 


DAUERHAFT. NICMT 
ELEKTRI8CH. EINFACH. 
NICMT ZU FULLEN. 

Der "Voedee" ist ein sehr 
schbner platlrtor Hnndnpparat 

fur Vlbrations-Massage. Eine 
Wendune dea Kupbels soi/-t d_lo 
Motallscheibe In Umdrohung o0 
Malerzeugenri 50 ErsohMUerun 
sen. Bis zu 8.000 VII atlone; 
kdnnen auf Wunsoh arReben 
werdon. 

GENAUE GEBRAUCHSANWLIS- 

UNG W1RD .IEDEM •'VEEDEE 
RSIGEGEBEN. 


E8 DURADERO. NO es 
ELECTRICO. ES SENCILLO. 

NO NECE9ITA CARQA. 

El “Veedec” es un uparato 
de mano lujosamente nikelado 
para masage vibratorlo. una 
vuelta del man&brlo v ..<o evo- 
lucionar el vs. m e 50 veues 
produclam.o r ; \lbraclones 

Asi es que so puede obi-in '' 
S.{00 vlbra l-.nes por - ‘nut- 
s ;<_• desen. 


RIEN D'ELECTRIQUE. RIEN 
A RECMARGER. SIMPLE. 

SCIIDI. DURABLE. 

Le ' :cdee " esi un appareil 
k mam elegamment pickele. 
pour massage vibrato!, i. Un 
tour c. nirnivelle corresp'V'd a 
50 tours dc volant, causanl 
50 vibrations. Oi pent mnsl 
obtenlr s' e’est n6cessaire 
Jusqu’a 8.000 vlbrali- ns a la 
minute. 


I I* abeautlt'.illv 
machine rot- Vi¬ 
ne. Ono turn of 
olves the adtust- 
40 times, causing 




INSTRUCTIONS DETAILLEES 
,?'.ntes avec chooue " Veedee.’ 


IHIUTik PER 104 SAVOS 

MefMirlo deli* IheelBsJiAB 


Ct.-IAU - OIR CESUNUE. 
Geslohi Mussasre. Hnnr Pfloec 
Alhleten- General Tonic, etc 

CEBRAUCH FUR KRANKE. 
Rii.-um.-it lumiK. Obstipation 


StHnCESQt) II. RENOAUA BIEN PORTA* 
M.iUane tacini. , Enlretlen des 
eheveux. Athlistos. Tonwoo 


SERVICIOS QUE PRESTA A LA8 PERSONAS 
SANAS 


Ailete. TonIco senerei. c* 
UTIlirA PER 10* 

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•'ommen.i ii„. v,* v ? *■ 
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, to the iughe~i . .. the I,"" v,,...... . . 

mble workers- U1 K »nd brightening n u . \ u 

theindiscriminate use of which n 

impoMiWe lor the sliftlites, bar,,, 0 m ,“> !'eou.-.uiv,l «„t, i,.,., 

,n<ler 'he P7*»"J ■'"« '.on, contort U,°"f "’ a "!' * I V 11 ,,. 

an.l most sciotliingun,,^^ 1 10 tills Iwil,. I, i, e.Mre.„e| v 
Mteral tonic and invigorator. 8 m its effect, even when used 

,„ v __striking thing. JHjrlinps, about the V#i«i 

stopping p«in. ant I to subject is dealt with fuliy on fZ! 1 lnS,an ">' 

Moreover. tl» Veeilee dives, in a scientific and comnl 

I Masseie. ' nibbinj, which is a child’s first instinctive !!T"f r ' *5“ equivalent 

I, v, ... familiar with that simpje and natuTacdon una Pa ‘"' 

,1.1 jviititul »|x.l or part Instnn ticelv iollowinJ'the Vi'“‘ ,h * ruW 'i"R 

Sr pu„ I, 8 l Jrt he rul > 8 the spot Where 

This natural action should, in itself, point us toward , 

to, „ to to. so to a lintttvil extent .» 

i ibr.itorv Massage, which is becoming more exact and scientific cv®ry year 
I ha V«to has two jreal a.lv .imagesover .ill other c nr.,live me,.1- , 1 i that 

s|'pbevl directly over the seat of the pain, in,I (■_>) tb.„ use 

wves practically no exertion. 

he ms ret of the in pm helming success that has attended the Veedee, is th.it it 

s perfectly cent ustable Vibration. Dr. Mortimer Granville 

H*0* of ■■ Sente Vibrati n down the TWO ESSENTIAL 

DNOITIONS OF A CURATIVE VIBRATOR. He said it must he 

u) ADJUSTABLE, i . exa ctly changeable from one strength of vibration 
or stroke to another (as secured by the Veedee adjustable eccentric head). 

lb) CONTINUOUS, .e the flow of vibration administered must i < 
tinued exactly as long, without the slightest break or interruj . 

the operator finds it necessary. 

*V«to is th« firs, and only hand driven Vibrator which fulfils 

t will be noticed that minv of the letters refer to the fact that more t 
iNe has been set neht bv ibv . «>f the Veedee. This shews how wide 
srfj!ne» the mac) in* h i inrLlentailv reveals the fact, that (con 

fold „ coven arid th t ‘ nracticallv a lifetime) it form* t 

revive of me.’, d . , , infinitely superior in thiv as in - 

eats to inv ( la v Cnl ' ano " ■ h jj has entirely fc^-ded 


>r the very 
ng disease ( 
where thei 
* or to Moot 

kaUlJe l«ri 
of <onttgvo 
ical Mm 


IMPORTANT NOTICE 

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measured and limited practically by the 
care you take in properly understand¬ 
ing and using it. It is really very much 
simpler than winding and setting a 
clock or watch, if you carefully read 
and carry’ out the following simple 
directions. 

When the “ Veedee " is delivered to 
you it is all ready for business. Take it 
from its wrappings and hold the large 
handle. (a) in the left hand. 

Now screw into place the attachment 
) as shown above. Grip the crank 
,ndle (r) lightly with the thumb and 
;t linger of the right hand. Then 
the plate (c) on some yielding 
stance, like a sofa or upholstered 
and turn the crank, slowly at 
gradually increasing the speed 
il the crank handle (a) is turning 
once in two seconds, 
practise turning the crank at 
peeds foi about five minutes, 
d of which time von will have 
accustomed to the machine and 
fa'irly good control over it. 
better not try to use the 
on yourself or anyone else 
have done this, for the good 
irahly neutralised if vou 
perfect control in holding 
to (c). (or the correspond- 
hevrr attachment wu 
ere yon want it, anil in 
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FOR EYES AND FACE NERVES. 


FOR SENSITIVE 
AND BONY PART8. 


FOR LARGE AREAS. 


Price 

v^ ee Cas <*, etc., 


Please order Attachments by Nu fTJ ^ e —’ 

USE AND PBICE OF VEEDEE ATT* 


FOR SCIATICA 


No. 5 


No. b 


No. 5 Veedee Attachment, i > r ~' 

Sciatic Nerve whilst still sensitive), and 

No. 6 Veedec Attachment, also for Sciatica (for the 

Nerve, after same has become partly less 

No - 5). • 

No T UppHcP AUnrhmnnt 4 ...- . 1 ... >T.. r\{ t 


VEEDEE, as •*>*• Illustrated, with two m 

NO. 1 and No. 4 Cuo-and-n...... A,,achmo "'s, *ls ■ 


No. 7 Veedee Attachment, for the Ma 

and Toes 


No. 1 and No. 4 r Cup-and-Ball 

326 . 


FOR FIN6ER JOINTS, Ac. 


T ". . Grea ' Bri,ai and C0Un,rie8 aCWdlne ,0 dU,> 


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No. 8 


No. 9 


No. 8 Veedee Attachment, for the Vibration 
No. 9 Veedee Attachment, for the Vibration of the Musci 
pnru'ip.il joints of the Finders and i! 

No. 10 Veedee Attachment, for the Vibration of the h 

Knuckles 


Use and Price of Veedee Attachments. 

Please order Attachments by Number. 


f'.c. a 


NOTE. -Attachments .narked * require Adjustment Cone 


No. t Veedee Attachment, for General Vibration of Fleshy Parts. (This 
Attachment is always supplied with the Veedee, and is included 
in the price of 32/6).. . 3 / 


FOR CURVED PARTS. 


NO. 11 


v- •: 


No. 11 Veedee Attachment (liuliarubber), for the V 
of the Eyes, and Face Nerves, and of the 
No. 12 Veedee Attachment, Cnp 

(smaller than No. 4), for the Vibration of 
No. 13 Veedee Attachment, fitted with Flat tone,! 1 ' 
for the Stimulation of the Muscles of the 


for rat i4tv M 


No. 4 


NO. 3 


No. 2 


No. 2 Voodoo Attachment, lor the Vibration of Large r Are.™ |tllcBu , lv 

•No. 3 Voodeo Attachment, for the 

• Require* A«U» mt(f A motr convtmntt la 

***' ■' * •*•(”>* it/ksutmt tn ntbr'**' Cbln d Goitre. 

*•.* AMMtMm ^ .rnroended for «•***"• ^ ,h. 

,r|| v preferable. Stt p*t* V pm-iunatic Rubber lit I 

No. 4 Voodoo Attachment. < up fitted *>'>' n ,„ lvc Pnuiful wf 
*§ inches/. for the Vibration 0 ij alf Massage. ( 

H^ny Parts, and for Facial a® 0 Vee , lec . ami i*- mclu^H 
®wt to always supplied with the * 


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Containing " Vecdce " and t 
Eencrallv used Attachments, 
and 24 , also Adjusting Co 
D >ttle of Oil, and Polishing 


... it tac l ”" e n‘8 h 

-''^PRICE OF VEEojT^ 

E ATT ACHMENTS 

- Body ANr 

-r--' - . 1 AND FSeN- .. 


FITTED CAjJ 

DOCTOR'S OUTFIT, I. *£»« »»" ^ 

C** 1 


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CATARRH 


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P °R 80DV ANr C0 <“ 


No- 16 " — 

iffoNniont, for Nasal p 

^.iliAneou-Tlyl with v!h rrh <°uisl<lco, No. IS 

jlcuibranr. Require, V ! a r al Ory M .' of the nose on i )0 ,i 

Attachment, ith 50fl rS*""* of the Na °»| 

..,,1 Face f^ee also v ' u °oer Roll... , 


,i»f 55. 


M«*D l,ran ‘* * Require, .^fBtOry Miic tlle no, e on l»vi 
'^AHKhmcnf. with 50ft ^’“WoeCo„“**S« of the ,£>•> 

0 . <• "gli *** « s “ j'«° *£**« [toller for v.' .. .. 

roe fit HEA0 AN ° FAOt ■ ag . eof th » 

Hcl ^re3sS^H' R0,T ‘ rE - 


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No. 20 


„ jo Veedee Attachment Facial a „ ( , H 
No■ w .... pv-ps Head, or acnioi.. . . r *'* 


No. 22 


20 of riie Eves. Head or acutelypainfurj^^f?’ and Vibration 
surface l * SUI fable for above nnmn S s P 0 n 8 y rublier 

k. joVtt (fee Attachment, tor \ibratorv Stimili r ses 5 

S- 01 partictil.tr value to old and eS-S the Pros,atl( 

• Requires Adjusting Cone. _ emeenled persons kj 

T0»TH ESP1Ne . forface&neok . 5 


family case. 


FOR THE UTERUS 


Complete, price £2 12 
Case only.. £0 12 


No. 23 


TR*VELU*« 




NO. 24 NO. 25 

No. 23 Veedee Attachment, with Ion" Stem and Vulcanite Ball, for Massage 

of the Uterus.. . ....•' 

'No. 24 Veedee Attachment, lor general Toni. Spinal Vibration Hie 
Two Roll,™ -n.l.u , 1 .. curator 10 work evenly op and down 




enable the operator 

1 Requires Adjusting Coni 


N«. 2S Veedee Attachment, for general toilet purposes, facial a, 

adjusting cone, r, 

'*• 22 and 24. It acts ar a «*• r f . |hr .. 

Mtrer than circular-t - fderl Atttdwwj^' Con< „ 

«n any danred po if ion. 1 ''' r ^ j „|| in 

Mnrta, doo tor any.I| '^'S„,iructions. pa*e7l 


ASSEUR'S CAST 


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S ea dach e 

Head t T TrOUb,e s 

fe Troubl “ 

, er Troubles 
Lu m b ag o . 

Muscular Atroph 
^.eck Hollows 
Nerve Centres 
N eurosis 
Neuralgia 
Neurasthenia 
Neuritis 

Nervous Exhaustion 
Nervous System 
Nose Troubles 
Obesity 

Oiling the Veedee 
Pain Stopping 
Paleness 
Palsy 
Paralvsis 
Piles ' 

Price List .. 

Prostatic Debility 
Rheumatism 
Sciatica 
Self Treatment 
Sleeplessness 
Spine, diagram 
Sprains and Strain 
Stomach Catarrh 
Stomach Disorder 
Throat Troubles 

Toilet I'ses 

Tonic Treatment 

,ting Others 
ro id Gland Enlargcmc 


Veins 

(Oeneral Directions) 



WHO 

USES 


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MEMBERS OF OUR ROYAL FAMILY, 

ALSO 

Her Majesty the Queen of Spam, 

Her Majesty the Queen of Portugal, 

His Majesty the Ring of Bulgaria 

and Members of 

Most other Foreign Royal Houses. 



His Grace the Duke of Abcrcorn 
The Rt. Hon. Lord Ardilaun 
The Dowager Duchess of Argyll 
Lady Armstrong 
e ir Ma * * 1 ifcArthur, Hart. 

Hj^Uarl of Aahburnham 

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The Hon. Mrs. K. Campbell 

The Countess of Cardiff 
Lancaatre 

Tlic Hon. Udy C.uiwttnn 
Lady Helena Cavneata 
The Count** of v.avan 
Lady C ay ter 

\ tHomnt Charloroont 

i .uinteM of ChaHevlHe 
\ ho VlWtilWhsw Chur* ImII 
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Wappler Electric Company, inc. 


Qeneral Offices and Factory: 
LONG ISLAND CITY. N. Y., U. S. A. 


Shou.' Rooms: 

173 E. 87th ST.. NEW YORK CITY 


WAPPLER THERACLAMP 


J'/ie following supersedes the I.-Clumps listed on I’age 16 of Bulletin No. 701. Issue of 

September, 1923. 


The Theraclamp, as ils name implies, is a 
device lo aid tile physician and technician in 
diathermy treatments. Wappler Theraclamps 
are designed for universal use. The Clamp may 
be fitted with two electrodes of equal or dif¬ 
ferent sizes. They may be arranged so that 


both are of the same polarity or may be in¬ 
sulated from each other. 

The former method, in which both are of the 
same polarity, is particularly adapted for ap¬ 
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GALVANIC — FARADIC — HIGH 
FREQUENCY and FULGURATION 

electrodes 

including 

Accessories ari if'’" 1 1927 

Electrode Handles 

INDEX 

EUc.rod* HANDLES. Electrode CONNECTORS. Electrode CORDS. Etc. ,See Pgs. ,7, ,8 and 19j. 
Electrode for the Treatment of the RECTUM and PROSTRATES (See Pgs. 8 and 9). 
Electrodes for the Treatment of the INTERNAL ALIMENTARY TRACT (See Pg. „ 
Electrodes for the Treatment of the GENITO-UR1NARY Organs (See Pgs. 6 and 7). 
Electrodes for the Treatment of the EYE. EAR and NOSE (See Pgs. S and 6). 
Wappler OHMLESS Electrodes, PADS and ACCESSORIES (See Pgs. 14 and IS). 
Electrodes for the Treatment of the BODY and SKIN (See Pgs. 2, 3, 4 and S). 
Electrodes for FULGURATION and DESICCATION (See Pgs. 12 and 13). 
AUTO-CONDENSATION Chairs and Chair Pads (See Pgs. 9 and 20). 

Electrodes for GYNECOLOGICAL Treatments (See Pgs. 9 and 10). 

Electrodes for DENTAL Treatment (See Page 10). 

Wappler L-CLAMP Electrodes (See Page 16). 


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GkHkKAL OFFICE'. A NO FACTORY SHOW ROOMS 

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COMPOSITE X-RAY UNIT 


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THE COMPOSITE UNIT IS SEPARABLE INTO 
MANY VARIATIONS OF— 

Combination Vertical and Horizontal 
Stereoscopic Radiographic Tables and Flu- 
oroscopes. They can be used either as self- 
contained units or with an aerial system. 


WAPPLER ELECTRIC COMPANY, Inc. 


GENERAL OFFICES AND FACTORY 
LONG ISLAND CITY, N. Y., U. S. A. 



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Catalog No. C.3142—Wappler Rotarv fnnv.rt 
for Excell, 110 V., D. C. inlet, 75 V 60 
350 Watts outlet, including protective con! 
densers and mounted upon board ready for 
installation in cabinet of Excell, including 

word—Rocex° rdS ^ Starting swit ch; Code 

Catalog No. C.3143—WAPPLER ROTARV 
220 V„I„, D E ?. ££“& 
Volts, 350 Watts outlet. For details as in 

Rocdi° g N ° C ' 3142 above ; c °de Word— 

(The 220-Volt Rotary Converter can be used 
only with Catalog No. C.3137Excell—155 V.) 


Accessories are listed in Bulletin No. 701. 
WEIGHTS AND DIMENSIONS 

Net weight of Machine only 170 lbs. 77 kilos 
Gross wgt. of Machine, packed.320 lbs. 145 kilos 

Dimensions of packing case in 

lnches . 25 x 29 x 60 

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MEDICAL DIATHERMY 


Medical Diathermy, which results in the gen¬ 
eration of heat within the tissues localized as 
desired, is used advantageously where absorp¬ 
tion is intended, or where localized increase of 


blood supply is required. It is used in the 
treatment of all exudates and traumatic injuries. 

iielow is an illustration of Wappler Thera- 
clamps used advantageously in this work 


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Surgical Diathermy differs from Medical Dia- the tissue itself. Surgical Diathermy is, there- 
thermy in the density of the current applied. fore, used particularly in the destruction of 
When the current density is increased by means malign tissue. 

of special electrodes applied correctly, heat suf- Below is illustrated Wappler Supra Electrodes 
ficient to destroy tissue may be generated within frequently used in this work. 


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Electro-Coagulation is a branch of Surgical 
Diathermy. D’Arsonval (Bi-polar) Current is 
used. One large indifferent electrode is placed 
at a convenient part of the patient’s body; the 
active electrode is applied directly to the part 
to be treated. The extent and depth of the 
coagulation of the tissue vary according to the 
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small metal area applied to the surface or may 
be a needle or other sharp pointed electrode 
thrust into the tissue. 

In this connection, reference is made to the 
technic of Dr. WILLIAM L. CLARK, of 
Philadelphia, who is using these currents so 
successfully. Below is illustrated the Endo- 
thermy Handle, No. D.4491, used in both Elec¬ 
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DESICCATION 


Desiccation is a dehydrating process applic¬ 
able to the treatment of warts, moles, nevi, etc. 
The Oudin (Mono-polar) Current is mostly 
used, the applicator being a needle or other 


sharp pointed instrument held at a distance of 
14-inch to %-inch from the tissues. 

The Wappler Cook’s Handle, No. D.4444, is 
best suited for this work. 


BLADDER FULGURATION 


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applied to the method of administering long 
sparks of 6 to 10 inches, it is still used by many 
Genito-Urinary Specialists to name the process 


of coagulating tumors, papillomata, etc., within 
the bladder by means of suitable electrodes 
passed through the cystoscope. 


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For this work it is best to use the Wapplei 
DeKraft Chair, No. D.4450, illustrated here¬ 
with. 


Auto-Condensation is important in the reduc¬ 
tion of blood-pressure, treatment of arterio 
sclerosis, nervousness, and general toxic con¬ 
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HIGH FREQUENCY 

The use of Vacuum Electrodes is advantage- patient holds the active portion of the vacuum 
ous in treating various conditions of the skin electrode in the hand, whilst the operator draws 

and mucous membrane, ulcers, prostatitis, etc. a spark from the skin of the patient by ap¬ 

proaching it with a needle or sharp pointed 
The current can be used also for desiccation metal electrode held directly in the bare fingers 
by the indirect method. By this method, the of the operator. 





Wappler Glass Vacuum Electrode Handle, No. D. 4469 


EFFLUVE 


The Oudin < Mono-polar) Current of the sterilizing action and is germicidal. The Effluve 

Excell can be utilized in conjunction with the is therefore particularly useful in treating in- 

Titus Effluve Electrode, No. D.4481, to produce fected areas, wounds, carbuncles, boils, etc. 
the Effluve, a brush discharge, which has a 


Titus Effluve Electrode, No. f). 4481 


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WAPPLER CLARK EXCELL 


The Excell was first placed on the market 
in 1902, and since that time, in the hands of 
a multitude of users, has given continued evi¬ 
dence of its extreme mechanical durability and 
ease of maintenance and control. The effects 


obtained from it, and its wide range of applica¬ 
bility, entitle it to the most careful consid¬ 
eration. This machine delivers High Fre¬ 
quency current suitable for all the above pur¬ 
poses. Its flexibility and nicety of control gives 


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It is noteworthy that the ExceU gives a large 
volume of current with remarkable smoothness 
and steadiness. By proper manipulation, it can 
be made to give either the heavy hot spark or 
the cold thin spark, as desired. In Electro- 
Coagulation, it is especially necessary to have 
the RIGHT FORM OF CURRENT This is 
emphasized by DR. WILLIAM L. CLARK of 
PHILADELPHIA, who writes in the April 
!92£ issue of “Radiology,” page 239, as follows: 

High frequency Machines, as devised by 
different manufacturers, vary greatly in con¬ 
struction; hence there is a corresponding variety 
in the quality of the currents produced. The 
thermic intensity is often too great, or too little 
and an undesirable faradic effect, producing 
shocks and contraction of the tissues, is experi¬ 
enced when improperly constructed machines 
are used. This want of standardization is un¬ 
fortunate, since to produce the desiccation or 
coagulation effect under the best conditions, a 
very accurate balance must be maintained be¬ 
tween the voltage and the amperage, and, also 
between the capacity, inductance, and the re¬ 
sistance. A machine giving a satisfactory thera¬ 
peutic current may not be suitable for good 
surgical work.” 


CONSTRUCTION 


Excell is built in a handsome mahogany 
finished cabinet, somewhat larger than the type 
formerly constructed. The present-day machine, 
including castors, is 54*4 inches high, 22*4 
inches wide, and 18 inches deep. 

The controls and the connections are mounted 
upon a polished black formica panel. 

V GLUME — The Wappler Hot Wire Meter has 
a scale reading 0—2500 Ma. with an addi- 
tional shunt multiplying this to 0—5000 Ma. 
CONTROL— Ten voltage selections, and Six¬ 
teen-Surface Spark Gap. 

CONDENSERS— The condensers consist of four 
medium Leyden Jars. 

SPARK GAP— Hie Wappler Sixteen-Surface 
Spark Gap with lever adjustment and rod to 
cut out sections of gap as required. The gap 
is mounted on the front of the punel so that 
free circulation of air is obtained, A glass 
is provided in front of the gaps to protect the 
eyes of the operator and patient from ultra 
violet light. 


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TRANSFORMER — The co-ordination and bal¬ 
ance of the component parts are such that 
no undue stress is placed upon the insulation 
of the transformer. We are proud of the 
fact that of the thousands of Excells manu¬ 
factured since 19Q2, there is no record of a 
single break-down of an Excell Transformer. 

CONNECTIONS—The standard connections 
are for 110 Volts, 60 Cycles, A. C., with ad¬ 
ditional connection provided for 75 Volts, 60 
Cycles. A connection is also provided for a 
footswitch. 

Unless specified to the contrary at the time 
of ordering, the Excell will be furnished to 
operate on 110 Volts, 60 Cycles, A. C. If 
direct current only is available, a suitable 
rotary converter, to convert the direct current 
into alternating current, must be provided. 
A rotary converter operating on 110 Volts, 
D. C., generates about 75 Volts, A. C., for 
which a connection is provided. If direct cur¬ 
rent of other voltage only is available, this 
must be specified at the time of ordering. 

Thus an Excell originally purchased and 
used on 110 Volts, 60 Cycles, A. C., may be 
readily used on direct current, 110 Volts, by 
the purchase of the Wappler Rotary Con¬ 
verter, No. C.3142, which includes suitable 
means of connection and suitable protective 
condensers. 


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line connecting cord and plug, ground wire 
and clamp (no accessories) for ALTERNAT¬ 
ING CURRENT, 110 VOLTS, 60 CYCLES, 
and ALTERNATING CURRENT. 75 VOLTS, 
60 CYCLES (for service from rotary con¬ 
verter) ; Code Word—Ecsac. 

Catalog No. C.3135— WAPPLER EXCELL as 
above, but for ALTERNATING CURRENT, 
110 VOLTS, 25 CYCLES; Code Word— 
Ecqua. 

Catalog No. C.3136— WAPPLER EXCELL as 
above, but for ALTERNATING CURRENT, 
110 VOLTS, 40 CYCLES; Code Word— 
Ecfou. 

Catalog No. C.3137— WAPPLER EXCELL as 
above, but for ALTERNATING CURRENT, 
220 VOLTS, 60 CYCLES, und ALTERNAT¬ 
ING CURRENT, 150 VOLTS, 60 CYCLES; 
Code Word Ecwen. 


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WAPPLER MOBILE ELECTROTHERM 


Catalog 

Number Description 

C-3148 Mobile Table (mahogany finish) for Wappler Electrotherm" 

03144 Wappler Mobile Electrotherm without Mobile Table, with line connecting cord 
?5 v<flts g 60 cycles" nat ' ng CUrrem ’ 110 V ° ltS> 60 CydeS ’ and alterna ** current, 

C-3145 Wappler Mobile Electrotherm without Mobile Table, with line connecting cord 
and plug; for alternating current, 110 volts, 25 cycles. 

03146 Wappler Mobile Electrotherm without Mobile Table, with line connecting cord 
and plug, for alternating current, 110 volts, 40 cycles. 

C-3147 Wappler Mobile Electrotherm without Mobile Table, with line connecting cord 
150 vol'ts’ 60 cycks at ‘ ng CUrTent ’ 220 V ° ltS ’ 60 cycles and alternating current, 

Wappler Rotary Converter for Mobile Electrotherm, 110 volts direct current 
inlet, 75 volts, 60 cycles, 350 watts oulet, including connecting cords and 
starting switch. 

Wappler Rotary Converter for Electrotherm, as above, but for 220 volts direct 
current inlet, 150 volts outlet. (Note: The 220 volt Rotary Converter can be 
used only with Catalog Number C-3147 Electrotherm. 

Accessories suitable for use with the Wappler Mobile Electrotherm are listed 
in Wappler Bulletin No. 701. 



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X 38 in. 

69 cm. 

X 76 cm. 

X 97 cm. 

27 in. 

X 30 in. 

X 38 in. 

69 cm. 

X 76 cm. 

X 97 cm. 

17 in. 

X 19 in. 

X 30 in. 

48 cm. 

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Qeneral Offices and Factory: 
LONG ISLAND CITY, N. Y„ U. S. A. 


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FOR 


MEDICAL DIATHERMY 


SURGICAL DIATHERMY 


ELECTRO — COAGULATION 


DESICCATION 


BLADDER FULGURATION 


AUTO—CONDENSATION 


HIGH FREQUENCY 


WAPPLER MOBILE ELECTROTHERM 


The satisfaction given to the vast number of 
users of Wappler Excells and Wappler Portable 
Telatberms has resulted in the demand for a 
Wappler electrothermic apparatus which shall 
take it3 place between those two famous appa¬ 
ratus, and be particularly suited to ward use in 
the hospital, convenience in the office, and read¬ 
ily transportable. 

The ingenuity and many years’ experience of 
the Wappler Research and Engineering Staffs 
combined to develop this apnaratus, having the 
above requirements. The Mobile Electrotherm 
fills these requirements admirably. As the illus¬ 


trations show, it is readily mobile. It can be 
readily wheeled from ward to ward in the hos¬ 
pital. It has a good appearance and adds dig¬ 
nity to the office, where it can be conveniently 
moved to suit the conditions of treatment. The 
apparatus itself may be readily lifted from the 
Mobile Table and conveyed to another building, 
if necessary. 

The volume of current is between that of the 
Portable Telatherm and Clark Excell. Its mo¬ 
dalities, nicety of control and form of oscillatory 
current is on a parity with those famous ma¬ 
chines. 


MEDICAL DIATHERMY 


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supply is required. It is used In the t rest merit 
of nil exudates and Irmimntic injuries. 


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Diathermy is a method by which an elevation 
of temperature is produced in the tissues of the 
body without destructive effects. 

Diathermy not only soothes pain by its effects 


upon the autonomic nerves, but dilates the veins, 
allowing an increased supply of freshly oxygen¬ 
ated blood from the arteries to take the place 
of the stagnant blood of the affected gland or 
tissue. 


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SURGICAL DIATHERMY 


Surgical Diathermy differs from Medical Dia- ficient to destroy tissue may be generated within 

therniy in the density of the current applied. the tissue itself. Surgical Diathermy is, there- 

When the current density is increased by means fore, used particularly in the destruction of 

of special electrodes applied correctly, heat suf- malign tissue. 


ELECTRO -COAGULATION 


Electro-Coagulation is a branch of Surgical 
Diathermy. D’Arsonval (Bi polar) Current is 
used. One large indifferent electrode is placed 
at a convenient part of the patient’s body; the 
active electrode is applied directly to the part 
to be treated. The extent and depth of the 


coagulation of the tissue vary according to the 
amount of current employed and the duration 
of application. The active electrode may be a 
small metal area applied to the surface or may 
be a needle or other sharp pointed electrode 
thrust into the tissue. 



Wm. L. Clark, MD., says: 

Experience over a period of many years has 
de e;y demonstrated to us the extreme im- 
por‘ar.ce of the electrothermic methods. We 
cons;-'ler them as second to none and, indeed, in 
•r.ar.y emergencies superior to all. 

The desiccation method is one by mean* of 
»hich her,.g/., or malignant growths of small, 


or moderate size may be destroyed by the util¬ 
ization of heat of just sufficient intensity, to des¬ 
iccate, or dehydrate, the tissues. 

Coagulation is produced by a bipolar high 
frequency current of the d’Arsonvul type, util¬ 
izing u multiple spark gup. It is more pene¬ 
trating and intense than the desiccation method 
and, in accessible locations, is utilized to destroy 
larger growths. 


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The Oudin (Mono-polar) Current is mostly % inch to % inch from the tissues. 

BLADDER FULGURATION 

Whilst the term “Fulguration” was originally Reference:—Treatment of Papilloma of the- 

applied to the method of administering long DI , , , n _ _ 

^ sparks of 6 to 10 inches, it is still used by many Madder, by B. C. May bury, F. R. C. S., in Amer- 

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AUTO-CONDENSATION 


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sclerosis, nervousness, and general toxic conditions. 



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Burton B. Grover, M.D., says: _ 

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HIGH FREQUENCY 


The use of Vacuum Electrodes is advantageous in treating various conditions of the skin and 
mucous membrane, ulcers, prostatitis, etc. 


The Wappler Mobile Electrotherm delivers 
current suitable for all the above purposes. Its 
flexibility and nicety of control gives it a range 
of satisfactory operation from the most delicate 
desiccation, even on the eyelid, and the smallest 
current used in the water-distended bladder, to 
—- the heavy diathermy current used in pneumonia 
cases. It can be used for auto-condensation in 
conjunction with the Wappler De-Kraft Chair, 
No. D-4450, or the Wappler Auto-Condensation 
Chair Pad, No. D-4446. 

Some striking innovations have been embodied 
in the Wappler Electrotherm. The Spark Gap, 
which has eight surfaces with ample heat radia¬ 
tion, is' placed beneath the horizontal Formica 
Control Panel as a safety measure in accord¬ 
ance with the suggestions of the Underwriters 
Laboratories. 



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most diathermy and auto-condensation work, 
more sensitive controls, such as required in deli¬ 
cate desiccation and bladder fulguration, are 
obtained by the use of the Rheostat Control, 
which is an additional feature of this machine. 

By this means, the utmost nicety of control can 
be obtained. 

In addition to the Oudin (Tesla or Monopolar) 
Terminal there are three Bipolar circuits, each 
suited to its particular use. One is for light 
diathermy or auto-condensation, limited to 1000 
ma. In this circuit the current passes through a 
meter reading up to 1000 ma., and on which, 
therefore, small currents are readily readable. 
The second current is for heavy diathermy up to 
the limit of a second meter, 4000 milliamperes. 
The third circuit for Bipolar Electro-Coagula¬ 
tion is capable of heavy currents without passing 
through either meter. 

A still further innovation is the Selective 
Switch, which has three points — “Oudin,” “Dia-, 
thermy” and “Auto-Condensation.” When the 
Selective Switch is turned to “Oudin,” the 
Monopolar Current is available from the “Oudin” 
terminal. When the Switch is at “Diathermy,” 
a Biopolar Current is available at all the Bipolar 
terminals, the characteristic of it being low 
voltage and high milliamperage. When the 
Selective Switch is placed at “Auto-Condensa- 
tion,” a current is delivered to all the Bipolar 
terminals having the characteristic of higher 
voltage and comparatively lower milliamperage. 

The entire apparatus is contained in a Ma¬ 
hogany finished cabinet, having a glass lid. The 
controls are in a horizontal position. This cabi¬ 
net is equipped with nickel-plated handles, 
and rests upon the top of the Mobile Table, , 
especially designed for this F.lectrothcrm. The 
Mobile Table, also of Mahogany finish, contains 
a drawer for the convenient storage of elec¬ 
trodes, wires, connections, etc., and has a shelf 
beneath it for the placement of a rolnry con¬ 
verter iri the event that direct current only is 
available The Mobile Table la equipped with 
targe wheel casters of substantial design. A 
footswit« h connection la provided. 


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It is probable that one of the most important 
factors in the successful results obtained with 
the use of Wappler electrothermic machines 
ind therefore their popularity with the med - 

caT^rofession—ds^that^^the^el^ectrothermic^^cui- 

^jt not U ody g does it generate ample heat within 
the tissues of the patient, but also sets up 
cellular massage which results in the more rea y 


elimination of toxins. The correct ™eform to 
obtain this desired result, together with. the high 
rate of oscillations characteristic of Wappler 
electrothermic machines, is generated and del 

hv the Wappler Electrotherm also. The 
purchaser of the Wappler Electrotherm there- 
fore may be confident that he has at his dis 
posal the results of modern research and devel¬ 
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D-4528 Rectal Electrode, nickel-plated, with curved insulated stem. 


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Wappler Electric Company, inc. 


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LONG ISLAND CITY. N. Y., U. S. A. 


Show Rooms: 

173 E. 87th ST., NEW YORK CITY 


WAPPLER THERACLAMP 


The following supersedes the L-Clamps listed on Page 16 of Bulletin No. 701, Issue of 

September, 1923. 


The Theraclamp, as its name implies, is a 
device to aid the physician and technician in 
diathermy treatments* Wappler Theraclamps 
are designed for universal use. The Clamp may 
be fitted with two electrodes of equal or dif¬ 
ferent sizes. They may be arranged so that 


both are of the same polarity or may be in¬ 
sulated from each other. 

The former method, in which both are of the 
same polarity, is particularly adapted for ap¬ 
plying electrodes to any part of the arms or 


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applird elsewhere. 

The latter method, in which the electrodes 
are insulated from each other, is particularly 
applicable for diathermy directly tnrough vari¬ 
ous parts of the body. 

The dipolar Theraclamp, used in this method, 
is illustrated on Page 1 (/i#. 1). 

The Upright Insulating Electrode Holders 
turn around on the Handle of the Theraclamp 
so that, instead of remaining rigidly parallel to 
each other, they accommodate the electrodes to 
the varying thickness of the part beneath the 
electrodes, thereby tending towards more uni¬ 
form contact. This effect is still further ob¬ 
tained by the ready swiveling of the electrodes 
on the Upright Insulating Electrode Holder. 

The Theraclamp Electrodes for Single Pole 
Assembly also turn around on the Handle of 
the Theraclamp for ready adaptation to the 
varying thickness beneath the electrode. 

The Single Pole Theraclamp is shown in its 
application to Auto-Condensation on Page 4 
Figure 4. ( 

Obviously the concave electrodes adapt them¬ 
selves to use on rounded convex parts of the 
body. The convex electrodes are obviously 
better suited for application to concave por¬ 
tions of the body. 

The spherical electrodes are adapted for use 


Cat. No. 
D-4514 


D-4515 


Description 

Single Pole Theraclamp, consisting of Handle of Thera¬ 
clamp D-4500, and two Theraclamp Electrodes for 
Single Pole Assembly D-4513. 

Bipolar Theraclamp, consisting of Handle of Theraclamp 
D-4500, with two Upright Insulating Electrode Holders 
D 4510 3nC tW ° TheracIamp Electrodes 3"x3", concave 

_The standard parts are as follows: 

D-4500 Handle of Theraclamp 

D-4501 Upright Insulating Electrode Holder of Theraclamp (two 
needed). 

D-4.510 Theraclamp Electrode (See electrodes listed below). 


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receive the standard Wappler Cord Tip 

r-nnf Theracla ®P- D-4500. is stoutly 

constructed having a strong spring for the pur- 
pose of holding the electrodes finnfy against the 

The upright members are made of special un- 
breakable insulating material, at the lower end 
of which is a metal portion which fastens to 
the upper flat portion of the Handle. A slot is 
provided in this part of the Handle of Thera¬ 
clamp so that the upright electrode holder may 
be moved nearer to or further from the center 

A further convenience in handling is that the 
upright electrode holders may be turned around 
on the handle and thus make a considerable 
difference between the minimum and maximum 
spacing of the electrodes. 

For convenience of ordering, the two follow¬ 
ing assemblies are listed: 


Code Word 
Sicla 

Bicla 

Claha 

Insho 


THERACLAMP ELECTRODES 


Cat. No. 

Shape 

Size 



D-4502 

Concave 

lY*"xVA" 



D-4503 

Convex 

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Veonq 

D-4504 

Concave 

l%"xlVl" 


Cateq 

D-4505 

Convex 

l%"xl%" 


Veteq 

D-460b 

Concave 

3"xl %" 


Catre 

D 4507 

Convex 

3"xl Vt" 


Vetre 

D4508 

Concave 

U4"x3" 


Treca 

D-4500 

Concave 

2"x3" 


Cntwo 

D 4510 

Concave 

3"x3" 


Cnsqu 

D 4511 

Spherical 

2" 


Spero 

D 4512 

Spherical 

3" 


Spctn 

f) At* J j 

Concave 

3"x3%" 


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The word "concave” or “convex” applies to 
the surface which makes contact with the skin. 

When two dimensions are mentioned, the sec¬ 
ond dimension refers to the length of the curve. 


The dimension of the spherical electrode is 
the length of the arc and, therefore, slightly 
more than the distance across the edges. 


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LONG ISLAND CITY,NEW YORE 

■ The following^pricos cover items listed in 
Supplement No. 4 to Bulletin No-, 701-,- 
Dccpmbpr 1926 

Catalog Abbreviated Code : 

1 Number Description Word 

D.449S Straight .Endothermy Lancet with 
P * Reversible Protective Shield. Larov 

.4491 Endothermy Handle,complete 
. 4497 Endothermy Needle Holder with 

Finger Switch. EnhOl 2.50 

.44^9 Surgical Diathermy Handle. 'Surha 5*00 

.4499 Straight Endothermy Lancet &J-” 

long; curved point. * Lacur 5,50 

D.4495 Straight Endothermy Lancet 

- 4 oUt 4 lor } g ‘ ■ Sta-la 3.25 

^.4496 Curved Endothermy Lancet about 

'■ , 5" long. - Cl'aria 3*00 

D.45RI Large Bolt for Bolt Electrodes 

, (50”) • ' Larbc 1 <66 

1,4^22 Ohmless Bolt Electrode* ~y x3' ? , 

Concave- Ohmtc I.25 

-.4y24 Ohmloss Belt Electrode,4”x3", 

' _ Convex. Ohmfo 2^00 

-.4^3S Chmlo go Belt Electrode* 

3"x§", Concave Ohfiv 1.56 

~*^e39 ChmlesG Bolt Electrode, 

5"x7", Concave Ohscv 2*56 

♦ .-5-^0 Ohmloss Bolt Eioctrodo, 


3.00 


_ curved insulated stem.- Roocl 7*50 

-. -2 9 ' 0 7 - na 1 Electrode, niekol-plat od 

.'ith curved insulated stem,- Nagel 7- 5C 

*'•*'53C 7: veer Honerrh^idal Electrodes, 

net cf three, sizes £",1 M ,li" Hemet- 15*00 

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Wappler Electric Company, inc. 

LONG ISLAND CITY, NEW YORK. 


The 

following price# 

cover item# listed in 

Supplement No. 2 to 


Bulletin No. 701, - April 

1925. 


Catalog 

Description 

Code 


Number 



Word 

Price 

D-4514 

Single Pole 

Theraclamp 

Sicla 

$4.00 

D-4515 

Bipolar Theraclamp 

Bicla 

6.00 

D-4500 

Handle of Theraclamp 

Claha 

2.00 

D-4501 

Upright Insul. Elec. Holder 

Insho 

1.00 ea. 

D-4502 

Theraclamp 

Electrode 

Caonq 

.65 

D-4503 

If 

If 

Veonq 

.65 

D-4504 

If 

If 

Cateq 

.70 

D-4505 

If 

If 

Veteq 

.70 

•D-4506 

II 

II 

Catre 

.75 

D-4507 

it 

II 

Vetre 

.75 

D-4508 

If 

ft 

Treca 

.75 

D-4509 

If 

If 

Catwo 

.90 

D-4510 

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If 

Casqu 

1.00 

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D-4512 

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trates the Bipolar Theraclamp as 
used in treating the leg with 
diathermy. 


Fig. 3. 


701 


The comfort of the pa¬ 
tient receiving Auto Con¬ 
densation treatment, is 
well illustrated in Figure 
4. Four Single Pole Thera- 
clamps are clamped on the 
forearms and legs. All are 
connected in parallel to 
one pole of a suitable elec- 
trothermic apparatus. The 
machine illustrated is the 
IVappler Portable Tela- 
therm. The other pole is 
connected to the back of 
the auto- condensation 
chair. This method gives 
uniform distribution of 
heat and no distress in the 
wrists. The patient is free 
to move his arms and thus 
avoid the cramped feeling 
often complained about. 


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TREATMENT OF PROSTATIC HYPERTROPHY 




^ The above illustration shows the Maximilian Stern Prostatic Electrodes approximately in 
relative position for localized treatment described herein. 


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Supplement No. 3 to Bulletin 701 



The following description of Electrodes and These instruments consist of a prostatic elec- 
their use is an abstract from a paper presented trode for application per rectum and urethral 
by Dr. Maximilian Stern before the Harlem electrodes for application in the prostatic 
Medical Association on January 7th, 1925. urethra. 


The above illustration shous the Maximilian Stern Prostatic Electrodes approximately in 
relative position for localized treatment described herein. 


MAXIMILIAN STERN RECTAL PROSTATIC ELECTRODE 


The prostatic electrode consists of an in¬ 
sulated shank carrying through its lumen two 
shafts, bearing blades, which are controlled by 
two levers attached to the distal ends of the 
shafts. The blades are so shaped that when 
closed and in apposition, they are readily in¬ 
serted into the rectum and when open are of 
the same contour as the prostate and seminal 
vesica U. 


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is fitted also with insulated 
-.rt circuiting when treatment 
III fable. This end is also 
•eight to keep it depressed, 
fient in the dorsal position, 
her end insures good contact 


APPLICATION: The lubricant employed 
should be a water soluable jelly for best results 
and not petrolatum. 

When spreading the blades by means of the 
control levers, the outer end of the instrument 
should he slightly elevated. This will depress 
the inner end and prevent traumatism. In with¬ 
drawing the instrument this procedure should 
he reversed though little danger of pinching 
the mucosa will be encountered as it naturally 
slips away ns the blades are closed. 

Ilcifliise of the large nrra covered by the 
blade*, long applications are possible without 
danger of cauterant effects when high poten¬ 
tials are employed. 


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III cases of large adenomatous prostate, the 
prostatic electrode is employed with a large in¬ 
different electrode consisting of tinfoil about 
4x8 inches in diameter, placed over the 
Pubes. 

A current of 1.000 milliamperes will be found 
comfortable in patients of average weight. It 
is even described as pleasant by many. In a 
large measure, the patient’s sensations will con¬ 



trol the amount of current used. 


I he duration of treatment, to be effective, 
should not be less than thirty minutes. 

The frequency of application, which in a 
measure is determined by the necessities of the 
case and the response to treatment, will ordin¬ 
arily not exceed every second day. 


Maximilian Stern Urethral Prostatic Electrode. 




MAXIMILIAN STERN URETHRAL PROSTATIC 

ELECTRODE 


These comprise three sizes, 21, 23 and 25 F. 
respectively. The important features of the 
urethral electrode are: First, the insulated shank 
and thumb rest or handle; second, the exposed 
metallic portion which occupies the prostatic 
urethra; third, the prominence or shoulder 
which is placed between the shank and exposed 
metallic portion for the purpose of giving exact 
information to the operator as to its passage 
through the external sphincter, and also renders 
ir seif retaining; fourth, the insulated tip which 
prevents possible cauterization of the bladder 
m instances where the indifferent electrode is 
erroneously applied to the suprapubic region. 

Three nm o# rii m instrument are found suf- 
Vient snd in the application of diathermy to 
<M>v>s proaiafie lohe intrusion, they will be 
found u> m eet ail tswnresesfi. 


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sion in the prostatic urethra, it will be found 
that the direct application of the high frequency 
current for protracted periods by means of suit¬ 
able electrodes, will have very beneficient ef¬ 
fects. • 

When the urethral electrode is employed with 
a large indifferent tinfoil electrode, the latter 
should be placed under the buttocks and as 
much current employed as will give the sensa¬ 
tion of warmth to the patient, but not sufficiently 
strong to give a decided sensation of heat. 
Ordinarily 1,000 milliamperes will suffice. When, 
however, it is desired to concentrate the ap¬ 
plication directly to the urethral aspect of the 
prostate, the proslatic electrode per rerluni and 
the urethral electrode are employed simultane¬ 
ously: much less current will lie found neces¬ 
sary, is there is very little tissue between the 
two; the prostatic electrode, having a laiger 
exposed surfs' e, lie« nines the indifferent one. 



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The distance between the two, even in much 
hyperthrophied prostates, would not exceed an 
inch. 

A distinct sensation of heat is felt in a short 
time when about four hundred milliamperes of 
current are employed. 

Variety of Cases and Results Obtained: 

■' ' . -t: ■ ' - : ;■» 

Whil'% I have confined myself almost exclusive¬ 
ly to the observation of patients suffering with 
obstructive symptoms, due to prostatic hyper¬ 
trophy in its various aspects, I have had suf¬ 
ficient experience with other inflammatory 
changes in the prostate and seminal vesicals to 
justify the belief that diathermy has a definite 


place in the treatment of seminal vesiculitis. 

In the treatment of simple adenomatous pros¬ 
tatic hypertrophy, good results have been ob¬ 
tained by means of the prostatic electrode, 
placed in the rectum with a tinfoil indifferent 
electrode placed suprapubicly. While the gland 
is still large, inflammatory and soft, this method 
of treatment has yielded excellent results. 
When, however, fibrotic changes have made the 
gland dense and resistant, the urethral electrode 
in combination with the prostatic electrode, per¬ 
mitting higher degrees of temperature and its 
more direct application, will be necessary and 
the results though slow of accomplishment, will 
in a sufficiently large number of instances, 
justify the effort,- ;.. 


Code 
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Price 

F.O.B. Long 
Island City 


Cat. No. Description 

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D-4520 Set of Maximilian Stern Prostatic Electrodes comprising 
one Rectal and three Urethral Electrodes, sizes 21 Fr., 
23 Fr., and 25 Fr. (detailed below). 

Maximilian Stern Rectal Prostatic Electrode 

. ** 

Maximilian Stern Urethral Prostatic Electrode, size 21 Fr. 

Maximilian Stern Urethral Prostatic Electrode, size 23 Fr. 

Maximilian Stern Urethral Prostatic Electrode, size 25 Fr. 


The mt and cellular massage resulting from the soft, well-controlled current delivered 
\-,e T’lpp »r Portable Telatberm or Excell is admirably suited to the above treatment; 



Elcom 

$39.50 

Elrec 

20.00 

Elpuo 

6.50 

Elput 

6.50 

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6.50 


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(jeneral Office» and Factory: 
LONG ISLAND CITY. N. Y„ U. S. A. 


Show Rooms: 

173 E. 87th ST.. NEW YORK CITY 


INSTRUMENTS PARTICULARLY SUITED FOR USE IN 
COAGULATION AND ENDOTHERMY 


D-449 


D-4498 


D-4491 


D-4489 




D-4499 


D-4495 




D-4496 


n • Code Word 

Catalog Namber Description 

_ ,0 WA V night Endothermy Lancet with Reversible Protective Shield .. Larev^ 

% Emtoithermy Handle, complete . .• ■ *• • ■■• • • ••• • ^ |. M |, 0 | 

' - le Ho ler with Finger 5i.h, without Ha «U ■•••••• ^ 

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WAPPLER BELT ELECTRODES 


The above illustration shows the method of 
applying the Wappler Belt Electrodes listed on 
page 3. The electrodes themselves are of the 
Wappler patented Ohmless type. The back part 
'* of nickel-plated soft brass, which may 
be bent readily to conform to the different con¬ 
tours of the body. They are equipped with a 
channel through which a flexible belt slides, 
r.aeb electrode has two means of connecting 
vandard Wappler cords, so that connection may 
be made to the apparatus and connection also 
<*»ade to another electrode to connect two or 


more in parallel. 

The face of the electrode, which makes con¬ 
tact with the patient’s skin, is of perforated 
nickel-plated soft brass. Between this perfor¬ 
ated metal and the solid back is placed a thick¬ 
ness of felt, which, being moistened before use.j 
provides the necessary moisture through the per¬ 
forations of the metal to the skin of the patient. 

I he sizes ut present available are listed on page 
3; other sizes are in the course of preparation 
and will be quoted u(ron application. 


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D. 4521 
D.4522 
D.4524 
D.4538 
D, 4539 
£>♦4540 


Belt for Belt Electrodes (50") 

^concave 

Electrode t 
Electrode, 

Electrode, 

Electrode, 


Large-... - 

Ohmless Belt Electrode 
Ohmlesa Belt 
Ohmless Belt 
Ohmlesa Belt 
Ohmless Belt 


4"x3" 
3”x5 ,f 
5 n x7 n 
6"x8" 


convex 

Concave 

Concave 

Concave 


Larhe 
Ohmte 
Ohmfo 
Ohf iv 
Ohsev 
Ohegs 


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D-4498 



D-4497 


D-4489 


D-4499 


D-4495 



D-4496 

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04499 Strai * ht Endothermy Lancet 8%' long, curved point (to attach to D-4489 “ i 

txaak- -ryi'Hl Diathermy Handle; T , rl1T " 

' r Endothermy Lancet about 7" long H„ attach ... D-4489 .Surgical 

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A SURQICAL APPARATUS, UTILIZING 
HIGH FREQUENCY CURRENTS 


JAN 1 2 19j 

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Over, Twenty^eight Years of 
Satisfied Users” 


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Show-Rooms 

173 “E: 87th ST., NEW YORK 


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WYETH ENDOTHERM 


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HOW THE ENDOTHERM IS USED 


“To remove the growth by the surgeon’s 
knife as a mass of viable cells is in many cases 
to invite metastasis and increase the likelihood 
of recurrence. By the technique of endothermy 
we draw a line of destruction necrosis in healthy 
tissue uround the malignancy before the growth 
is touched. This shuts off lymphatics, blood 
vessels and sensory nerves to and from the af¬ 
fected part. The lesion itself is next destroyed 
and then, as an inert mass, it is excised by the 
so-called endotherm knife. In- the use of this 
knife, the most recent development of endo¬ 
thermy, we employ a current of extremely high 
frequency dependent upon the three-electrode 
vacuum tube system for its oscillations. This 
sears off lymphatics as it cuts and makes a 
sterile incision without any of the incrustation 
which is produced by the cautery knife.” 

George A. Wyeth, M.D., in Can. Med. Assoc. 
Jour., Dec., 1924. 

The “line of destruction necrosis” referred 
to by Wyeth is effected by coagulation, using 
the high frequency current of damped oscilla¬ 
tions as generated by means of suitable spark 
gaps and condensers. The current used for 
excision by means of the endothermy knife is 
the high frequency current of undamped oscil¬ 
lations in the generation of which the three- 
electrode vacuum tubes are utilized. 

It is emphasized, that only in the 
Wappler Wyeth Endotherm are these 
two forms of currents generated, and 
applied to their proper functions with 
means to change instantly from one 
to the other without change of cords, 
connections, or operating instrument. 

Howard A. Kelly, M.D., writing about his 
l*mce with the Wyeth Endotherm in the 
I , jrr.^i and Record, July 1, 1925, 


Let us consider first the needle functioning 
d5 a and actually separating tissues as 

neatly and as readily as a scalpel. I call this 
instrument in my own clinic, an acusector (acu, 
with a needle; seco, I cut), or briefly, “sector.” 

It consists of a light sterilizable fibre handle 
armed with a needle longer, shorter, or bent, 
according to the work to be done, in circuit 
with a sterilizable cord. This new fashioned 
scalpel is held delicately poised in the fingers 
like a pen and used as a sort of wand to divide 
the tissues which actually part before they are 
touched. 

There must be no pressure whatever and no 
delay at any point as the tissues yield, a cir¬ 
cumstance which at first presents a slight dif¬ 
ficulty to one only accustomed to manipulat¬ 
ing a scalpel. By slight regulations of the 
current, the operation proceeds more or less 
rapidly. For delicate dissections of nerves and 
vessels, as for example in high breast axillary 
work, the current is cut down to a minute 
gentle stream. In mass dissections, as in cut¬ 
ting through pedicles or removing larger 
amounts of disease, a heavier current is regis¬ 
tered. In dividing the skin, it is desirable to 
use a current strength between the two to 
secure efficiency and yet not to penetrate more 
than a tenth of a millimeter laterally. Divided 
lymphatics are thus sealed and there is a 
notable diminution in capillary oozing. The 
dissection is far more beautiful and cleaner, 
more rapid and more satisfactory than any 
knife work, especially in separating intraab¬ 
dominal adhesions. A delicate and difficult 
dissection advances by slow impulses or gentle 
strokes in regions where there is some uncer¬ 
tainty as to what lies immediately beyond. 
There is much less mopping and delay over 
capillary oozing, while lurger vessels are often 
seen anil clamped before they ure divided anil 
later coagulated anil dropped or ligated if nec¬ 
essary. There is throughout less handling of 


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«hr wound in this forceps and needle procedure, 
the operator in a sense having a curious grati- 
I fy,r, * ? . consciousness of holding himself aloof 
from it. While by no means altogether reject¬ 
ing the scalpel, I give the sector the leading 
place and decided preference in my daily work 
relegating the scalpel to a subordinate position. 

Following Wyeth in many cases I would pro¬ 
ceed as follows: Outline my field by circum¬ 


scribing the suspected area by a rampart of 
coagulation, shutting off all lymphatics and de¬ 
stroying the tissues on the outermost peripherv 
a procedure which I think deserves the special 
term of “circumvallation.” Then with the 
Wyeth sector the whole area is cut into like 
cheese and as a plaque is lifted up and off. 
Then the base is dealt with by a thorough 
desiccation. 



These great advantages gradually dawn upon 
us as we gain experience with these new 
methods: 


Grant E. Ward, M.D., in the Journal of the 
American Medical Association, February 28 
1925, says:— 


1. There is no squeezing or manipulating 
the tissues, and no needling or insertion of 
ligatures. 

2. The field is kept sterile or made sterile 
and can so continue through the healing pro¬ 
cess. 


Experimental evidence shows that the com¬ 
plex protein molecule of the body cells is 
broken down by this current. This molecular 
disintegration is an entirely different effect 
from that observed with the damped current 
spoken of above. 


3. Healing generally takes place rapidly 
and without pain. 

-t. Granulations later may necessitate graft¬ 
ing. 

5. If any part has been insufficiently treated, 
the first effort can be followed up at any sub¬ 
sequent time with ease and simplicity in this 
differing toto celo from our ordinary surgery. 

6. T believe that in some cases it will actu¬ 
ally be well to divide the operation up into a 
series m this way until all the disease is chased 
out of its terrain. 

Weeding vessels are caught with painstaking 
a^ursey -with fine pointed forceps (I prefer 
•-i-m <lighrly curved) and then sealed by 
l*<whin« the forceps with the current which is 
-feliv«T»r| with force at the point thus coagulat¬ 
es only a small ar»a and occluding the ressel, 
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Grossly, the cut edges are barely seared over. 
Microscopically, there is a fine line of mole¬ 
cular decomposition appearing as carbonization, 
beneath which there is a slight amount of 
coagulation and desiccation resulting from a 
little heat developed. This very fine line of 
changed tissue, being only about 0.1 mm. in 
thickness, is not sufficient to prevent healing 
by first intention. Occasionally a little serum 
collects in the incision, but is easily cared for. 

The “knife” is an inaccurate term, so far as 
designating the type of instrument used. The 
cutting electrode is not n knife in the sense 
of a sharp edged instrument, but an ordinary 
cambric needle held by a suitable handle. The 
tissues fall apart under the touch of the “acu- 
sector,' there being no need of pressure as in 
using a scalpel; In fact, pressure obliterates 
the arc neiessary to rutting, only a little coagu¬ 
lation then taking plarn. 



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Before the needle Is applied, the strength 
and quality of the current are tested on a piece 
of metal. When the desired quality is ob¬ 
tained, the needle is inserted into the tissue 
and the current turned on, it being varied a 
little to meet the needs of the individual case. 
In treating large areas of disease, one should 
always begin by throwing a line of coagulation 


around and beneath them where possible so 
as to cut off lymph and blood drainage from 
the part. This is given great emphasis by 
Clark and Wyeth and is most important. Tis¬ 
sue can now be removed for diagnosis with 
safety. The entire tumor is next thoroughly 
coagulated and removed as a mass of dead 
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The greatest stumbling block in the success¬ 
ful development of the use of High Frequency 
Current in surgery has in all probability been 
the absence of a machine generating a current 
of suitable oscillations. The WYETH EN- 
DOTHERM is an apparatus especially designed 
for surgical procedure by means of the High 
Frequency Current. It is particularly valuable 
in the surgical removal of neoplastic growths 
because, by employing the proper technique, 
there is practically no bleeding as the small 
blood vessels and lymph channels are sealed at 
the time the incision is made. 

In his article, “Endothermy in the Treatment 
of Accessible Neoplastic Diseases,” published 
in “Annals of Surgery,” in January, 1924, Dr. 
George A. Wyeth says in part: “Endothermy 
is the localized production of heat in the tis¬ 
sues from within in response to the many oscil¬ 
lations of a high frequency current and it is 
always executed with a sharp pointed active 
electrode. * * * Endothermy has, over ordi¬ 
nary surgery, in accessible cases, the enormous 
advantage of destroying the malignancy before 
removing it. It is impossible to overestimate 
the importance of the fact that with Endo¬ 
thermy Ve remove the growth as a necrotic 
mass instead of as a group of viable cells, and 
thus tend to eliminate the danger of mechanical 
dissemination. * * * 

In accordance with the requirements from 
the surgical point of view, in the Wyeth En- 
dotherm there is one circuit furnishing a rather 
low temperature, highly static spark which has 
the property of dehydrating or desiccating the 
tissue to which it is applied, without causing 
any charring or carbonization of the tissue. 
^ There is another circuit which, by means of a 
"switch, can be thrown over to the outlet ter- 
m-ttals instead of the first mentioned circuit. 
This furnishes a current which produces the 
•W'er of rutting without the use of a sharp 
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unless the spark is intentionally permitted to 
arc upon the wet surface for a considerable 
length of time. But without pressure the cur¬ 
rent cuts through the tissue, at the same time 
coagulating the albuminous substances, thereby 
leaving a sterile cut without any incrustation 
such as is produced with the Cautery knife 
the Pacquelin. 

The principal characteristic feature of these 
currents is that they do not cause such results 
as are produced with heated instruments. 
Therefore, there is no crust formation and no 
carbonization of tissue. On the other hand, 
there is coagulation or dehydration of all the 
fluid or colloidal albuminoid substances with 
the shutting off and closing up of the lymph¬ 
atics and blood vessels. There is as a rule no 
evidence of any blood exudation. 

A unique feature in this apparatus is the 
installation of the switch—shown on the lower 
panel—by means of which the current de¬ 
livered to the Bipolar terminals may be in¬ 
stantly converted from the coagulating current 
to the knife or cutting current. This provides 
facilities for following the technique of Dr. 
George A. Wyeth in, first, isolating and de¬ 
stroying the portion to be removed and then, 
using the same electrode, to cut out the de¬ 
stroyed section, by merely throwing over the 
switch to the cutting current. 

Endothermy is particularly advantageous in 
removing neoplastic growths on the surface of 
the body or in accessible cavities, such as 
lesions located around the mouth, ear, neck, 
bladder, etc. In these fields, Endothermy pro¬ 
vides quicker, cleaner and more accurate 
means of removal than any other known agent. 
The resulting speed of convalescence together 
with these advantages have rnude it stand forth 
unparalleled among the successful destructive 
agents of today. 

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embodying the most convenient mean* of using 
High Frequency Current in the surgical pro¬ 
cedures specified. The fact that all the switches 
are of the most improved and recent design and 
that the flexible controls offer a very wide 
range for regulating the amount of current and 
the kind of spark should be factors considered 
by the surgeon in the purchase of this ap¬ 
paratus, — the last word in High Frequency 
surgery. 

The WYETH ENDOTHERM provides in a 
single instrument equipment for Monopolar 
Endothermy, Bipolar Endothermy, and the En- 
dotherm Knife, all of which are essential for 
the proper execution of the technique of Dr. 
George A. Wyeth. It is built into a mahogany 
finished cabinet mounted on large hospital 
casters and so made that it can be separated 
into two portable parts,—the upper part which 
may be lifted by means of the handles on the 
sides, —and the lower part which may contain 
a rotary converter in case direct current only 
is available. The overall height of the ap¬ 
paratus is 4 6%", its width is 20and its 
depth is 15%". The front panel is equipped 
with two doors so that the entire panel is closed 
and protected from dirt or interference when 
not in use. The net weight of the upper sec¬ 
tion is 112 pounds, — the net weight of the en¬ 
tire apparatus without rotary converter is 138 
pounds,— and with the rotary converter is 221 
pounds. 


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The lower part of the control panel controls 
both the Monopolar (Oudin) and Bipolar 
(D’Arsonval) currents, and has means of con¬ 
trol to give either the hot spark or the cold ^ 
thin spark used in the most delicate opera¬ 
tions. On this panel there are provided the 
main control switch and the controls A. & B. 
for spark gap and rheostat respectively. There 
are also two High Frequency meters, —one con¬ 
nected to the Bipolar or D’Arsonval circuit 
reading up to a maximum of three amperes or 
3,000 milliamperes; the other meter is a mil- 
liampere meter of the thermo-couple type read¬ 
ing up to a maximum of 600 Ma. This meter 
indicates the current being used from the 
Oudin or Monopolar terminal. 

The upper part of the control panel of the 
Transportable Type is devoted to the control 
of the Endotherm Knife current, a form of 
High Frequency current particularly adapted to 
actual cutting or incision, which is accom¬ 
plished in this machine with remarkable 
smoothness and facility. The High Frequency 
current from this section is generated without 
the use of a spark gap but uses the vacuum 
tube principle for the generation of the oscil¬ 
lations. This panel contains the proper con¬ 
trols not only for giving the strength of the 
current required but also for obtaining the 
necessary resonance. It also has a meter to 
indicate the proper voltage at the filament of 
the tubes. 



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Catalog Number Description Code Word 

C-3129 WYETH ENDOTHERM (Transportable Type), 110 Volts, 60 Cycles ... Endot 

C-3130 Rotary Converter, 110 Volts, D. C. with condensers. Enroc 

D-4412 Heavily Insulated High Frequency Cords (2 needed). Heaco 

D-4523 Ohmless Belt Electrode, 6" x 6", Concave Ohmsi 

0*4521 Large Belt, 50" (for above Electrode) . Larbe 1 

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accessories) for A. C. 110 Volts, 60 Cycles, ami A **0 7S V ^? d only <no 

service from Rotary Converter). " ' 0 "*> 60 Cycles (for 

C.3152 Wappler Portable Telatherm as above but for A C v i 

A. C. 160 Volts, SO Cycles. ' 240 Volls - 50 Cycles, and 


Code 

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C.3132 Wappler Portable Telatherm C.3112 with the following: 

1 — D.4469 Pyrec Glass Vacuum Electrode Handle and Cord 
1 — D.4332 Surface Vacuum Electrode 
1 — D.4522 Ohmless Belt Electrode, 3"x3", concave. 

1 — D.4538 Ohmless Belt Electrode, 3"x5", concave. 

1 — D.4521 Large Belt for Belt Electrodes. 

2 — D.4411 Diathermy Cords, 6 feet long 
2 lbs. D.4415 Tinfoil 

2—D.4424 Spring Cup Connectors 

C 31 thernT cf3132 P ° nable Telathelm C3152 with accessories as with Portable Tela- 


WAPPLER PORTABLE TELATHERM WITH BLADDER FULGURATION ACCESSORIES 


C.3133 Wappler Portable Telatherm C.3112 with the following: 

1—A.1938 Simplex,; Foot Switch 

1 — F.6426 Bugbee Cti'ld Cautexy Electrode 

2— D.4411 Diathermy Cords, 6 feet long 

1 —D.4540 Ohmless Belt Electrode, 6"x8", concave 
1 D.4S21 Large Belt for Belt Electrodes 

C.3154 Wappler Portable Telatherm C.3152 with accessories as with Wappler Port¬ 
able Telatherm C.3133 


WEIGHTS AND DIMENSIONS 


Lbs. 


Net weight of Portable Telatherm 
Net weight of Rotary Converter 

Weight of Portable Telatherm 
Cross Weight of Rotary Converter 
Dimensions of Portable Telatherm 


Dimensions of Packing Case for Rotary Converter 


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ELECTRO—COAGULATION 
DESICCATION 

BLADDER FULGURATION 
AUTO-CONDENSATION 
HIGH FREQUENCY 


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MEDICAL DIATHERMY 

Medical Diathermy, which results in the gener¬ 

ation of heat within the tissues localized as de¬ 
sired, is used advantageously where absorption 

is intended, or where localized increase of blood 
supp y is required. It is used in the treatment 
ot ail exudates and traumatic injuries. 

SURGICAL 

DIATHERMY 

Surgical Diathermy differs from Medical Dia¬ 
thermy in the density of the current applied. 
When the current density is increased by means 
of special electrodes applied correctly, heat suf- 

ficient to destroy tissue may be generated within 
the tissue itself. Surgical Diathermy is, there¬ 
fore, used particularly in the destruction of 
malign tissue. 

ELECTRO - COAGULATION 


Electro Coagulation is a branch of Surgical 
Diathermy. D’Arsonval (Bi-polar) Current is 
iLsed. One large indifferent electrode is placed 
at a convenient part of the patient’s body; the 
active electrode is applied directly to the part 
to be treated. The extent and depth of the 


coagulation of the tissue vary according to the 
amount of current employed and the duration 
of application. The active electrode may be a 
small metal area applied to the surface or may 
be a needle or other sharp pointed electrode 
thrust into the tissue. 


DESICCATION 



Desiccation is a dehydrating process applic- used, the applicator being a needle or other 

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BLADDER FULGURATION 


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applied u, ti.e method of administering long 
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12 1927 



INDEX 


Electrode HANDLES, Electrode CONNECTORS, Electrode CORDS, Etc. (See Pgs. 17, 18 and 19). 
Electrode for the Treatment of the RECTUM and PROSTRATES (See Pgs. 8 and 9)> 
Electrodes for the Treatment of the INTERNAL ALIMENTARY TRACT (See Pg. 11). 
Electrodes for the Treatment of the GENITO-URINARY Organs (See Pgs. 6 and 7). 
Electrodes for the Treatment of the EYE, EAR and NOSE (See Pgs. S and 6). 
Wappler OHMLESS Electrodes, PADS and ACCESSORIES (See Pgs. 14 and 15). 
Electrodes for the Treatment of the BODY and SKIN (See Pgs. 2, 3, 4 and 5). 
Electrodes for FULGURATION and DESICCATION (See Pgs. 12 and 13). 
AUTO-CONDENSATION Chairs and Chair Pads (See Pgs. 9 and 20). 
Electrodes for GYNECOLOGICAL Treatments (See Pgs. 9 and 10). 

Electrodes for DENTAL Treatment (See Page 10). 

Wappler L-CLAMP Electrodes (See Page 16). 

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ELECTRODES FOR THE TREATMENT OF THE 
BODY AND SKIN 

For Use with Galvanic, Faradic, and Sinusoidal Currents 


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Code 

Cat. No. Word Price 

•D-4247 Single Metal 

Brush Electrode Solide $ .75 


Code 

Cat. No. Word Price 

*D-4248 Multiple Metal 

Brush Electrode Sentir $1.50 


Code 

Cat. No. Word Price 

♦D-4252 Nerve Testing 

Electrode Repet $ .50 


Cat. No. 

♦D-4250 Metal Disc 
Electrode 


Cat. No. 

♦D-4251 Asbestos Disc 
Electrode 


Code 

Word Price 

Disce $ .35 

Code 
Word Price 

Saura $ .75 



Code 

Cat. No. Word Price 

♦D-4249 Metallic Roller 

Electrode Savant $2.00 


•NOTE: Although Catalog Nos. D-4248, D-4247, D-4250, D-4251 and D-4249 
are shown with Electrode Handle No. D-44Q2, the price of the Electrode Handle 
is not included in the price shown above. It adds $1.00 to each item if ordered. 
The same handle, however, can be used for all of these electrodes, (it is inter¬ 
changeable), and, therefore, only one handle need be purchased to be used 
with any of the above Wappler Electrodes. 


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Code 

Word Price 


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Cat. No. 

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smaller size, 

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Spiral, Flexible, Urethral 
Electrode, Insulated 


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D. 4-254 

Urethral Electrode, Hard 

Rubber, insulation, curved 

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D.4475 

Urethral Electrode Hard 

Rubber, insulation, straight 

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Set of ten, nickel plated, 
assorted olives 

6.00 

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B. 44-29 

• set of six, pure copper 
assorted olives 

6.00 

n n 

d.4217 

Cleveland—Ferris Cervix 

Electrode 

6 .$0 

n it 

b.424o 

Brinkman Stricture Electrode 

6.50 

ii * 

d.4246 

Monae-Lesser Rectal Prostatic 
Electrode 

d* . . .iv 

6.75 

ft 

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H .4230 

Lesser-Hayden Prostatic Ureth¬ 
ral Electrode 

6.30 

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d.4215 

Curved Rectal, Etc. D I S u 0 

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.d. 42-13 

Rectal Electrode, insulated with 
polished hard rubber stem, nickel ^ 

plated 

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D.4214 

Foetal Electrode, nickel-plated 

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D.4212 

Copper Rectal Electrode for 
Hemorrhoids 

5 .O 0 

* -f£o D .^239 

r-vipt's Jntra-Uterine negative 
diluting Electrode, nickel plated, 
set of three, etc. 

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D .4233 

The s^me, pure copper 

6.50 

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D.4237 

The same, in zinc for zine-mer- 
cury atealgam Ionic -medica 

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PAGE 


CATALOG 

NUMBER 


Page 410 D.4236 

" " D.4233 

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» " d.4234 

" " D. 4-216 

" #17 d.4402 

" " d . 44oo 

" " d.44oi 

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D.4413 


D.4445 


PRESENT 

PRICE 


ABBREVIATED DESCRIPTION _ 

Cup Shaped Electrode for 
Uterus, insulated, complete, 
consisting of staff and cup $ 6.50 

Goldspohn'B Vaginal Electrode 
copper ball on Insulated stem 4.50 

The same, with carbon ball 4.50 

The same, with zinc ball for 
zinc-mercury amalgam Ionic- 
medication 4.50 

Fitz-Hugh's Copper Electrode 
for treating erosions of the 
external os by metallic elec¬ 
trolysis 6.50 

Vaginal or Rectal Electrode 0 

nickel plated l.pO 

Electrode Handle, Plain ^?)50 

Interrupter Handle, Type G DISCONTINUED 

2.50- 


Interrupter Handle, Type A, 
simpler 


• 4446 


Wappler Pyrex Glass Vacuum 
Electrode Handle with heav¬ 
ily insul. H..F. Cord 

Pair of C-reeh and Red Silk 
?. noul atod cords with Con¬ 
nect i .3 Tips. 

Tinfoil which can-be cut to 
any size and applied to the 
skin as a surface -electrode 
for thermo-penetration 

Auto Ccmdeiioation Chair Pad, 
With two Connecting Cords 


6.25 


1 -75 

(a pair) 


•50 x 

(per lb.) 


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Code Word Price 


Ligcord 

D-4412 High Frequency 
Cords, 5 ft. long, 
heavily insulated Heacord 


$1.50 
(each) 


$1.75 

(each) 


Cat. No. 

D-4445 Tinfoil which can be 
cut to any conven¬ 
ient size and applied 
to the skin as a sur- 
f a c e electrode for 
thermo-penetration 


Code Word Price 


Tinfoil 


$ .35 
(per lb.) 


Code Word Price 


Catalog. No. 

D-4471 High Frequency Bifur¬ 
cated Split Connector Hibif 


NOTE: The bifurcated Split Connector in extremely 

uneful In admlnietering High Frequency Currentn, u 1 xen 
it in deeired to apply current from one pole to two differ- 
ent parte of the body, at the name time. 


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ELECTRODES FOR THE TREATMENT OF THE 
BODY AND SKIN 

THE ASBESTOS PAD ELECTRODE 




The Asbestos Pad Eectrode is a flexible metal plate, covered on one side 
with flexible rubber, and on the other with asbestos. It is furnished with a split 

onnector, so that connecting cords can be attached, in the square shape, as 

illustrated, and in all of the sixes mentioned below. Catalog No. D-4245 and 
Catalog No. D-4218 are made of the same materials, and are also furnished 
with a split connector. (They are also listed and illustrated below.) 


Catalog No. 

D 4219a 
D-4219b 
D-4219c 
D-4219d 
D-4219e 
D-4219f 
D-4219g 
D-4219H 
D-4219i 
D-4219k 


Size 

Inches 


Code Word Price 


Polos 

Penry 

Paix 

Palais 

Paquet 

Parell 

Partez 

Partic 

Passer 

Pendre 


$1.25 

1.50 
2.00 
2.25 

2.50 
3.00 
3.ZS 

3.50 
4.00 
4.75 


WAPPLERE. MTQ. CO. INC. NEW YORK. 


WAPPLER E. MFG=:C0~- r INC- NEW YORK. 


Catalog No. 
D-4201 


Metal Foot Plate Electrode, 4” x 12 ' 


Code Word 
Caban 


Price 

$ 2.00 


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Insulated with 
,„M rubber lor 
application with 
the band 


Code 

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FLECTRODES (VACUUM), FOR THE TREATMENT 
OF THE BODY AND SKIN 

FOR USE WITH HIGH FREQUENCY CURRENTS 


#31 


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Catalog 

No. 

Code Word 

Price 

D-4331 

Mastoid Vacuum 




Electrode 

Astoid 

$1.00 

Catalog 

No. 

Code Word 

Price 

D-4332 

Surface Vacuum 




Electrode 

Doxnin 

$ .75 

Catalog 

No. 

Code Word 

Price 

D-4342 

Flat Vacuum 




Electrode 

Dolort 

$ .75 

i 

Catalog No. 

Code Word 

Price 

D-4341 

Flat Vacuum 




Electrode 

Dolat 

$ .75 

Catalog 

No. 

Code Word 

Price 

D-4344 

Flat Accumulator 



Surface Vacuum 



Electrode 

Latcum 

$3.00 

Catalog No. 

Code Word Price 

D-4343 

Concave Accumu 




lator Surface Vac 




uum Electrode 

Concum 

$3.50 


Catalog No. Code Word Price 

D-4318 Surface Vacuum 

Electrode with 
accumulator, for 
Ionic-medication 

Fulcum $3.00 


Catalog No. 
D-4326 


Catalog No. 
D-43S2 




Code Word 

Price 

l.aree 

Spiral Vac- 


$2.50 

uum Electrode 

l-aepey 

Sum*, 

with Ineu- 


*1 50 

luted 

handle 

l.aakor 


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ELECTRODES < VACUUM FOR THE TREATMENT 

I HE BODY AND SKIN 

FOR USE WITH HICH FREQUENCY CURRENTS 



Catalog No Codeword Pric. 

D-4317 Comb Vacuum 

Electrode Comert *150 


D-4350 


Same, Insulated 
Handle Kronich $3.50 



Catalog No. CodeWord Price 

D-4322 Conical Surface 
. Vacuum Flat Ac¬ 
cumulator Elec¬ 
trode Conicul $4.50 


ELECTRODES, (VACUUM), FOR THE TREATMENT 
OF THE EYE, EAR, AND NOSE 


* D-4302 N °- Flat Nasal Vac- ^ ^ ^ 
uum Electrode, 

Plain Nasa 





D-4301 


D-4314 


D-4313 


Flat Nasal Vac¬ 
uum Electrode, 
Insulated Inasal 

Spiral Eye Vac¬ 
uum Electrode, 

Plain Speye 


Single Pole Eye 
Vacuum Elec¬ 
trode, Plain Erall 


$ .75 


$1.50 


$ 1.00 


$ .75 


GALVANIC EYE ELECTRODE 



Catalog: No. CodeWord Price 

D-4244 Double Eye Met¬ 
al Electrode, Ad¬ 
justable Existe $2.50 


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FI FCTRODES, (VACUUM), FOR THE TREATMENT 
OF THE EAR AND NOSE 


*19 


-20 


-21 




Catalog No. CodeWord Price 

0-4319 Soule Cornea Vac- 


Catalog No. 
D-4320 



Catalog No. 
D-4321 


Catalog No. 
D-4324 


Catalog No. 
D-4329 


62- 


uum Electrode 

Sou v el 

$ .75 

Soule Eyelid Vac¬ 

Code Word 

Price 

uum Electrode 

Soufom 

$ 75 

Double Pole Eye 
Vacuum Elec¬ 

Code Word 

Price 

trode 

EyeU 

$1.20 

Soule Eye Vac¬ 

Code Word 

Price 

uum Electrode 

Souye 

$2.50 


Code Word 

Price 

Ear Vacuum Elec¬ 



trode, Insulated 

Incar 

$1.50 


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ELECTRODES, (VACUUM), FOR THE TREATMENT 
OF THE GEN1TO-UR1NARY ORGANS 


- 16 


-3 


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-r 


Cat. No. 


% 


DO 


Word Price 
Code 

D-4316 Penis Vacuum 
Electrode, 
small Penel $2.50 

D-4351 Penis Vacuum 
Electrode, 
medium Pengel$3.50 

D-4346 Penis Vacuum 
Electrode, 
large Pensod $4.00 

D-4474 Penis Holder 
(or clip), not 
illustrated Penclip $ .35 

Code 

Cat. No. Word Price 

D-4303 Urethral Vac¬ 
uum Electrode, 
plain curved Uret $ -75 

D-4345 The same as 

above, i n s u - .. 

lated Inuret $1.50 

D-4304 Straight Ure¬ 
thral Vacuum 
Electrode, 
plain Urothe $ .75 


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ELECTRODES FOR THE TREATMENT OF THE 
GENITO URINARY ORGANS 


Code Word Pi 

Spiral, Flexible, Urethral Electrode, insulated Spirec $2 

Note: One olive is supplied with either Catalog Nos. D-4241, D-4254, 
D-4475. A complete set of olives, as indicated below, at Catalog F 
D-4428 or D-4429, can be furnished. 


Code Word 


Urethral Electrode, Hard Rubber insulation, curved, 
as illustrated 

Urethral Electrode, Hard Rubber insulation, 
straight, (not illustrated), but similar in design to 
Catalog No. D-4254). 


Ucrec 


WAPPLER E.MFG. CO. INC. NEW YORK, 


Code Word 


Price 


nickel plated, assorted olives, fitting 
D-4241, D-4254, and D-4475 


Olives 


Code Word 


six, pure copper, assorted olives, fitting 
Nos. D-4241, D-4254, and D-4475 


Set of 
Catalog 


Olave 


Price 

$4.50 


Code Word 
Ferrec 


Catalog No. 

D-C217 Clevelend-Ferrle Cervix Electrode 


Hrinkmmn Stricture Electrode 


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ELECTRODES FOR THE TREATMENT OF THE 
RECTUM AND PROSTATES 



Catalog: No. 

D-4246 Mon ae-Lesser Rectal Prostatic Electrode 


Code Word 
Lessee 


Price 

$4.50 



Catalog No. Code Word 

D-4230 Lesser-Hayden Prostatic Urethral Electrode Haydec 


Price 

$4.50 



Catalog No. Code Word 

D-4215 Curved Rectal Electrode, insulated with polished 

hard rubber stem, nickel plated Souris 


Price 


$4.00 


Catalog No. Code Word 

D-4213 Rectal Electrode, insulated with polished hard 

rubber stem, nickel plated Suppos 


Price 

$2.50 



Catalog No. 

D-4214 Rectal Electrode, nickel plated 


Code Word 
Subire 


Price 

$1.50 



Catalog No. Code Word Price 

D-4212 Copper Rectal 

Electrode for hem- 

orrholds Rouler $3.00 


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Price 

54 50 




Price 

54.00 



ELECTRODES, (VACUUM) FOR GYNECOLOGICAL 

TREATMENT 



Cat. No. Code Word Price 

D-4327 Vaginal Vac¬ 
uum Electrode, 

insulated Invagi $1.50 


D-4328 Vaginal Vac¬ 
uum Electrode, 
plain Vagin 


$ -75 


*5 


D-4305 Intra - Uterine, 

— --y Vacuum Elec- 

_ -S ZS trode, plain 


trode, plain Uteri $ .75 


D-4306 Intra - Uterine, 

Vacuum Elec¬ 
trode, insulated Inuteri 


$1.50 


AUTO-CONDENSATION COUCH CUSHION 

(See Page 20 for other Auto-Condensation Specialties) 



Cod# Word Prlc# 

[/"■Cili Aufo Cond#n.#»lon Couch Cushion. 3l«.i 72 long, Auc(j $30.00 

20" wide and 2" thick 


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ELECTRODES FOR THE TREATMENT OF THE 
INTERNAL ALIMENTARY TRACT 



Catalog No. 4 ... , 

D-4426 Staff and Five Copper Olives for metallic elec¬ 
trolysis . , 

D-4427 Staff and Five Zinc Olives for zinc-mercury amal¬ 

gam Ionic-medication 


Cat. No. ■ 

D-44S0 McWhinnie Tonsil Electrode 


Code Word 

Price 

Sollive 

$5.00 

Salove 

$5.00 


Code Word Price 
Whinton $1.75 


Cat. No. 


*11 


D 4315 Tongue Vacuum 
-Electrode, insulated Inton $1 


Code Word Price 
50 



D-4311 Tongue Vacuum 

Electrode, insulated Insong 


D-4330 Soule Tonsil Caut¬ 
ery Vacuum Elec¬ 
trode, insulated Juder 


♦ 

$1.50 


$2.50 


D-4333 Pharyngeal Vac- 

uum Electrode Ryngeal $1 


.50 


D-4312 Throat Vacuum 

Electrode, insulated Invoat 


$1.50 


ELECTRODES, (VACUUM), FOR DENTAL 
TREATMENTS 



D-4334 Dental Vacuum 

Electrode, insulated Dente 


$1.50 


D-4336 Dental Vacuum «i 50 

Electrode, insulated Dentil 


D-4337 Dental Vacuum 

Electrode, insulated Dentam 


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ELECTRODES FOR FULGURATION AND DESICCATION 


c 


Catalog No. __ , . 

0.4444 Dr. Cook a High Frequency Fulguration 

Handle, with Set of Three Electrodes 
O- 44 JO Set of Three Electrodes, for Replacements 


Code Word 

Fulgera 

Rafulge 


Cat. No. Code Word Pries 

0-4441 McCarthy Fulguration Applicator, 
with handle, as illustrated $3.50 

0-4442 Fulguration Wire for High Frequency 

Desiccation through the Cystoscope, 
Size No. 5F 

Fowire $ .25 

1 per ft.) 


Catalog No. 

D-4439 Dermatological Needle Holder 


Code Word 
Occide 


WAPPLERE.M.CO.INC.N.Y. 

C t 1 No Code Word 

D-4437 °’ Dermatological Needle Holder, with Interrupter Ombrel 


wappler e.m.co.inc.n.y. 

Code Word 


Catalog No. . , n . 

D-4438 Magnifying Lens Attachment, only, tor Cat 

Nos. D-4439 and D-4437, above 


Offer 


Price 

$4.50 
$ .30 


Price 

$1.75 


Price 

$2.50 


_ . . „ Code Word Price 

D*44'58 Multiple Needle Holder HI °Ouve"t fperdoz) $2.00 

D-4435 Steel Needles (Broaches) for Remov.ng Hair o“ vrer ,perdoz.) $2.50 

D-4432 Hayes Bulbous Pointed Needles 


t 'lo Description f^" 1 ^ 

Titus Effluve Electrode, Including Glass Chimney 11 


Price 

$7.50 


£> 44AI 


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AND DESICCATION 


C-4468C 0-44680 °-*«8E »"««? 


0-446BB 


Sucas 


Strat 


Curvs 


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WAPPLER OHMLESS ELECTRODES AND 
OHMLESS PADS 


Described and Illustrated Below and on Following Page 


Fig.7 B 


Fig.7 A 


WAPPLER ELECTRIC COMPANY" IN.C., N.Y. 

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Fig.11 B 


Fig.11 A 


r*pp\ A, Ohmlass Elactrodes, Ohmle.s Pad. and E-Cllpa, are the result of m« 
reful research and study of tha problems Involved In tlie production of a sat 
f»4 t// 4/iminlitffr High Friqutncy Current* In Medical DiathermU. 1 lisy oV 
. objection* Inherent In th# older form of electrode#,—tho#e made of me 
►h j, «ddlr< g, p!<»ln metal electrode#, plain tinfoil, ett. 

thee- objection# were, the burning of the akin, the Improper contact #ecur 
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Th« Ohmlmaa Electrodes consist of melai platet wh-vi, , r . . 

.ph.rle.1, circular, r«.-„Ur, and square. Th£T “e 

J"* h ,« "»«* h * v 5 their * re * “> square inches stamped upou th.em. Tkl 

Ohmtmum Electrodes have a hole in their center which accommodate* the threaded .ire , 
the following description), of the Obmless Electrode Pad. Three styles of Ohmless ’ Elec 
trodes are illustrated: Figure 5, the Circular Electrode; Figure 6, the Rectangular Elec¬ 
trode; and Figure 7. the Spherical Electrode. * tJec 

The Ohmless Pad is a Pad of resilient material, covered with a special tinfoil, or in 
some cases, a mesh. It is regularly supplied covered with tinfoil. The Pad itself is 
soft, pliable, and resilient, and conforms readily to the contours of the body. The tinfoil 
is pliable and also conforms, ft, (the tinfoil), is particularly valuable in reducing electrical 
resistance to an absolute minimum. 

The Ohmless Pad can be moistened before use, but it is not necessary. The skin, 
however, should be moistened before the Ohmleee Eleetrcde and Pad is applied. It is 
necessary that the skin be kept in a moist and, therefore, conductive condition during 
treatments. Pads without tinfoil can be furnished. They are used in some Galvanic 
treatments. 

The Ohmless Pad is equipped with a threaded stem which passes through the hole 
in the center of its corresponding size of Ohmless Electrode. The Pads are furnished in 
two styles— 'Square and rectangular. The Square Pad is used with the Circular and 
Spherical Electrodes as well as with the Square Electrode. The use of the Square Pad 

with these Electrodes insures the pad overlapping the metal Electrode-and, therefore, 

prevents it (the Electrode) from touching the patient. The Rectangular Pad is used only 
with the Rectangular Electrode. 

Ohmless Pads are illustrated in Figure 8, the Square Pad; and in Figure 9, the Rect¬ 
angular Pad. In Figures 7A and 7B, a Square Pad is shown attached to a Spherical 
Electrode. In Figures 2 and 3, a Square Pad is attached to a Circular Electrode. 

A Spherical shaped Electrode can be used on either a concavity or a convexity of 
the body, as desired, by the mere turning of the Electrode and Pad on its handle. 

Ohmless Pads can be sterilized by bciling. 

Although all of the Ohmless Pads illustrated on Page 14 are shown covered with 
perforated tinfoil, they are now only supplied covered with plain, (not perforated ), tinfoil. 

The Wappler E-Clip has been designed to overcome the difficulty of holding Electrodes 
firmly in proper position during prolonged Diathermic and Galvanic treatments. The 
E-Clip as illustrated in Fig. 10, consists of a light wooden bar along which slide freely 
two wooden Electrode Holders, having terminals for electrical connection. The two Elec¬ 
trode Holders with the proper Electrodes in place, as illustrated in Figure 10, in connec¬ 
tion with Figures 7 A and 7B, are pressed firmly against the parts to be 
pressure caused by the resiliency of the body against the Electrode Holders, {-lghtmis the 
center bar, (i.e., the light wooden bar referred to previously), in the slots of the Electrode 
Holders, and thus keeps them firmly in place. Pressure against the heels (or bottoms) 
of the Electrode Holders, releases them. 

The E-Clip is furnished with a threaded post to accommodate the Ohmless Electrodes 
and Pads (in any size). The Ohmless Electrodes and Pads can be used with severed 
different Wappler Applicators, or Handles, in addition to the E-Clip. In N 

Ohmless Electrode and Pad is attached to the Wappler Electrode Handle C« alog N«k 
D- 4402, as illustrated and priced on Page 17, herein. In Figure 3, it is attached 
Catalog No. D-4401, also illustrated and priced on Page 17. 

Figures 11A and UB illustrate the Wappler Heavily Insulated ^^F^au^cy 

Electrodes «d P.d. -'"'‘W.J™ Srt.nt "ecLsory.—hi B.ll «|d 

sss?j£?. ~d v J,. h srecB... th*. •p lh °K , " r fr b. , '*.".«d'"‘' w “ 

take any position when placed in contact with the part to be treated. 

A Complete E-Clip would include the todfcjjgk ^“wide* ““would 

two sizes,—Catalog No. D-425 6 , small, N J I '' D _ 4 45 4 We suggest including with it, two 
SS and"SocRet* and suitable Ohmles, Electrodes, Electrode 

Pads, Bifurcated Connectors, etc. 

a°ll Acc« a s P o P ri: r . used'wfth the 

Wappler Ohmless Electrode System. . _ 

e-ETK. Mss-aar sasAstOM, -u 

' ' WhT^Z!Lr»l‘- El..irZ ,r.d. .he ^closed 

i* necessary to use ,h *** ,n b w „ „|,* Suggest ordering a complete assortment, or 

, Pad assembled with it We also gg , t o| ,he Wappler E-CHp. 

leaving It to our discretion to send you a complete assor.m 
M«ad>., Binding Poet., Electrodes, Electrode Pads. etc. 


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WAPPLER L-CLAMP ELECTRODES 


- 

-4W 

0-4*6«A 

Ife r ’ : 





• 0-4466 C 


D-4466 B 

' . 



The Wappler L-Clamp Electrodes are a new development of an electrode which here¬ 
tofore has. only been used for the wrist. As shown in the illustration above, they are 
made in five different sizes. These sizes, as will be noted by reference to the price lists be¬ 
low, are suitable for different parts of the body,—the thigh, the arm, neck, wrist, ankle, etc. 

The blades of the electrodes are flexible and can be easily bent to fit a particular 
contour. In one style electrode, there is a single Binding Post and the electrode is used 
in pairs,—for instance, two, one on each wrist; or two, one on each ankle, etc. The other 
type of electrode, which is exactly the same in appearance as those illustrated above, is 
furnished with an insulated handle and with a Binding Post on each side of the handle. 
The purpose of this type electrode is to concentrate a very strong diathermic treatment 
at one point, as for instance—the wrist, or the thigh, etc. One of the insulated handle 
L-Clamp Electrodes can be placed over the thigh, with a High Frequency Cord attached 
to each side of the handle, and the cords attached to the proper poles of a Wappler High 
Frequency Machine. A concentrated diathermic current would be passed through the 
thigh, between the blades of the one L-Clamp. 


Plain L-Clamp Electrodes 

Code Word Price 


Cat. No. 

D-4466a L-C lamp Elec¬ 
trode for Thigh, 

9" x 4" Clipthi 

D-4466b L-C I a m p Elec¬ 
trode for Arm, 

6 Vi" x 3'/t” Cliparm 

O 4466- L-C lamp Elec¬ 
trode for Neck, 
i" x t%" Clfpnec 

O 44664 L-C I a m p Elec¬ 
trode for Wrlet, 

4~ x 3” 

:> 4466- L-C lamp LI. 
trode for 

%Vl” X Z'/4 TTp.nk 


$2.25 


$2.25 


Cat. No. 
D-4484a 


D-4484b 



$ 2.00 


Insulated Handle L-CIamp 
Electrodes 

Code Word Price 
ec- 

1 fch, 

Inclipthi $3.50 

Elec- 
Arm, 

Incliparm $3.50 

Clamp Elec¬ 
trode for Neck, 

5" x 1 Inclipnec $3.25 

D-4484d L-C lamp Elec¬ 
trode for Wrlet, 

4" x 3" Inclipwria $3.25 

D-44H4e L-C lamp Elec¬ 
trode for Ankle, 

»'/a" * 2 Vi" I lie 11 pan k $3.25 




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accessories 

'« Handles, Connectors, High t 


• . : 


Cat. No. r , ... 

D 4402 Electrode Handle Code Word Price 

Pla ‘ n Salle $1.00 

Cat. No. c' j <<■ 

D-4400 Interrupter Han- Code Word Price 

D-4401 ^n* eiTupter* Han- RePa * $40 ° 

die, Type A, sim¬ 
pler (not illus¬ 
trated) Renvoy $1.25 


n a hn?' 1 / Codeword Price 

D-4403 Vacuum Electrode 

Handle EIand $1 75 


Cat. No. 

D-4409 Sleeve Cap used 
with Catalog No 
D-4403, Vacuum 
Electrode Handle Vacap 


Code Word Price 


D*44()5* Special Handle for Cods Word Pri « 
Vacuum Electrodes 
for orificial appli¬ 
cation Vacan $3.00 




~ Codeword Price 

D-4424 Spring Clip Con¬ 
nector Sprincon $ .35 


Cot. No. Code Word Price 

D-4421 Large Hook Split 

Connector Hoepllt $ .35 


Cel. No. Code Word Price 

D-4420 nifiirceted Split 

Connector Coepllt $ .115 


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ACCESSORIES, ( continued ) 



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Cat. No 
D-4422 

Small Hook Connector 

Code Word Price 
Hocon $ .25 

D-4423 

Double Split Connector 

Dusplit 

$ .35 

D-4470 

Fulguration Wire Con¬ 
nector 

Conful 

$ .25 1 

D-4473 

Hayden Vacuum Elec¬ 
trode Connector 

Vachay 

5 -35 

D-4417 

Cord Tips, small size 

Setip 

$.12 each 

D-4418 

Cord Tips, medium size 

Metip 

$.15 each 

D-4419 

Cord Tips, large size 

Letip 

$.20 each 

D-4407 

E^ustachian Catheter 

Holder, a light bougie 
connector for either lach¬ 
rymal or eustachian 

bougie Euscon 

$1.25 

D-4425 

Metal Plate Connector 

Placon 

$ .45 


Cat. No. 

Code Word Price 


D-4490 High Frequen- 




cy Vacuum 

Shock or Spark 



Absorber 

Shovac 

$2.50 


The High Frequency Vacuum Shock or 
Spark Absorber consists of two metal 
parts and a Glass Vacuum Tube, as il¬ 
lustrated. It is interposed in the line lead¬ 
ing from the machine to the patient, and 
is inserted by means of the pin-connect¬ 
ing lug, which is placed at the terminal 
of the mnchine. The connecting cord is 
.hen inserted in its other terminal. It 
Is a most valuable accessory for use when 
administering High Frequency Currents. 



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WAPPLER AUTO-CONDENSATION CHAIR 

(See Page 9 for Auto-Condensation Couch Cushion) 

This chair is constructed, ac¬ 
cording to the usual Wappler Stand¬ 
ard, of the very best materials and 
workmanship. The dielectric fibre, 
which forms the seat and back, is 
permanently fastened to the wooden 
frame of the chair. One continuous 
piece of metal forms the body elec¬ 
trode, and is fastened to the back 
of the dielectric fibre seat and back. 

The metal electrodes, which the pa¬ 
tient grasps, are mounted on the 
arms of the chair in, the form of 
metal balls. A wedge-shaped con¬ 
denser foot rest can be supplied. 

It fits between the legs of the chair 
and is so arranged that when it is 
drawn out, it will suit a tall person, 
but if slipped back under the chair, 
shorter individuals can easily and 
comfortably be accommodated. 

The standard finish of this chair 
is Mahogany, but it can be supplied 
in Waxed Oak on special order and 
with delayed delivery. Dimensions: 

45 high; 25" wide; 24" deep. Ship- 
ing weight, 100 lbs. 


Wappler Auto-Condensation Chair, including two 
Connecting Cords (without foot rest) 

Foot Rest, with one cord 
Auto-Condensation Ball 


WAPPLER AUTO-CONDENSATION CHAIR PAD 



Code Word 

Price 

Dekraft 

$75'.00 

Rarest 

$7.50 

Kabell 

$2.00 


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This pad is so constructed that it can be placed 
on any form of chair or resting place. It con¬ 
sists of a heavy fibre, dielectric plate which serves 
as an insulator from its metal backing, - the elec¬ 

trode. It may be folded so that it occupies very 
little space. 


Catalog No. Coda Word Prlca 

04146 Auto Condensation Chair 

Pad, with two Connecting 

Cord* Mlchalr $18.00 


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MEDICAL X-RAY ACCESSORIES 


NITROKEN ROENTGEN-RAY TUBES 



The Nitroken Roentgen-Ray Tube is the re¬ 
sult of extensive research and experimentation. 

The objectionable features of so-called “gas’ 
tubes, such as gases causing changes in vacuum 
in the tube—have been eliminated. 

When an exposure with the proper amount 
of current is made, the vacuum of the Nitroken 
Tube tends to remain constant; and in addi¬ 
tion the tube is so constructed that it has a 
tendency to return to high vacuum after use. 

Diagnostic films made with this tube are far 
superior to those obtained with practically any 
other type of X-Ray tube on the market. 

Catalog Code 

No. Description Word 

A. 1758 Nitroken Tube 7", Broad Focus . Nibro 

A. 1759 Nitroken Tube 7", Medium Focus . Nitme 

A. 1760 Nitroken Tube 7", Fine Focus . Nifin 

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WAPPLER RADIOGRAPHIC 

AND 

TREATMENT TUBESTAND 


This Tubestand accommodates 
the Universal Coolidge Tube, 
Seven Inch Gas Tubes, or 10 Ma. 
and 30 Ma. Radiator Tubes. Its 
flexibility is such that the Tube- 
holder can be manipulated with 
great facility to obtain any angle 
desired for Radiography or Ther- 
apy. The Tube Carriage is coun¬ 
ter-weighted and, due to the use 
of ball bearings, travels smoothly. 
This Tubestand is not designed 
for Stereoscopic work. 


The price does not include cones nor lead glass bowl. 

Catalog 

Description 

Wappler Radiographic and Treatment Tubestand. (For cones and 

bowls, see Pages 4 and .6).. Const 


Code 

Word 


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WAPPLER 
STEREOSCOPIC 
TUBESTAND 


The illustration clearly shows 
its many advantageous features. 
The vertical stereoscopic dis¬ 
placement may be made by 
means of a magnetic trip operat- 
ing simultaneously with a similar 
device on the Wappler Stereo 
scopic Film Changer. 

The price is exclusive of cones 
lead glass bowl, and magnetic 
trip. 


The Wappler Stereoscopic 
Tubestand is unexcelled for free¬ 
dom of movement and conven¬ 
ience of manipulation. It em¬ 
bodies exclusive Wappler pat¬ 
ented features. 


,, , Code 

Description Word 

A. 1719 Wappler Stereoscopic Tubestand on Tripod base, equipped for mount- 

ing Lead Glass Bowl.• .. ;•••••■ .* Simst 

A. 1720 Wappler Stereoscopic Tubestand on Tripod base, equipped for mount- 

ing Tubeshield for 10 Ma. or 30 Ma. Radiator type tube. ... Rasim 

A. 1708 Magnetic Shifting Device (set of two including wire connections and 

hand-push switch). Operates from lighting circuit; specify current ^ 

required . B 

For Glass Bowls and Shields, see Rage 6. 

For Cories, see F’age 

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WAPPLER STANDARD CONES 


The Wappler Standard Cones are made of 
polished aluminum and are lined with lead. 
They are extremely practical—both from the 
standpoint of design and weight. All Wappler 
Cones shown above, excepting numbers B-l and 


B-2, are fitted with bases 614" x 614" square 
and will fit any standard make of tubestand. 
Numbers B-l and B-2 are for Wappler Mobile 
Units only. 


Catalog No. 

Name 

Opening 

Length 

Code Word 

A1742 

B-l 

314 in. 

314 in. 

Knard 

A1743 

B-2 

514 in. 

314 in. 

Kraud 

A1729 

No. 1 

314 in. 

514 in. 

Kabin 

A1730 

No. 2 

5 in. 

614 in. 

Kales 

A1731 

No. 3 

7 in. 

614 in. 

Karon 

A1732 

No. 5 

3 in. 

814 in. 

Kardo 

A1733 

No. 7 

9 in. 

534 in. 

Korax 


WAPPLER TREATMENT CONES 

Are sold only in complete sets, and consist 
of base, and four cones, having openings as 
follows: %" round, 114" round, 1%" round 
and 234" square. 

Catalog Code 

No. Word 

A1744. Konte 


UNIVERSAL CONE 

This usually consists of a No. 7 
Cone 19"), a No. 72 Reducer 19" to 
' ) and a No. 2 Window (5"). The 
combination required should be 
specified. 


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FILTERS 


These consist of square sheets of aluminum 
or copper to fit in either Wappler Tubestands or 
Wappler Cone Holders of Mobile Units. 


A-1745 1 mm. x 614" sq. Alum,. Kofil 

A-1746 3 mm. x 614" sq. Alum. Kotre 

A-1747 1 mm. x 4" sq. Alum. Kalbe 

A-1748 3 mm. x 4" sq. Alum. Kaleb 

A-1751 14 mm. x 614" sq. Copper... Copfi 


CENTERING ROD 


A most convenient accessory, for use in cen¬ 
tering the tube over the film and the part to 
be radiographed. The base of the centering 
rod, 614" x 614", fits into the standard slot m 


Catalog 

No. 

A. 1750 Centering Rod 


all Wappler Tubestands (in place of the cone). 
The pointer is telescopic, and has an extension 
of from 9%" to 22". 

Code Word 


Description 


Konod 


REDUCERS AND COMPRESSION WINDOWS 



REDUCERS 


Cat. Descrip- ^ ode 

No. tion Size Word 

A. 17.34 No. 21 5" to 3Mi". Konda 

A. 1735 No. 31 7" to 3Mi". Koldi 

A. 1736 No. 32 7" to 5".... Kadod 

A. 1737 No. 72 9" to 5". Kidon 

A. 17.38 No. 73 9" to 7". Kelis 



COMPRESSION WINDOWS 


Cat. 

No. 

A. 1739 

Descrip¬ 
tion 
No. 1 

1\J„ 0 

Size 

3%". 

q" . 

Code 

Word 

Kendu 

Kular 

A. 1 /4U 
A. 1741 

No. 3 

7". 

Kuido 


EXTENSION NOZZLES 

A. 1749 5" opening 5" long. 

A. 1616 9" opening 6" long. 


Konex 

Kanar 


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LEAD GLASS BOWL 



Catalog 

No. 

A. 1555 


Description 


Code 

Word 


Lead Class Bowl for Wappler Tubestand 
to accommodate X-Ray Tubes up to 
7" diameter. Unbol 


LEAD GLASS TUBE SHIELD 


Catalog 

No. 

A. 1588 

A. 1589 
A. 1590 


Code 

Word 


Description 

Lead Glass Tube Shield for 10 Ma. or 30 Ma. straight Radiator Type 

Coolidge Tube . Colig 

Lead Glass Tube Shield for Right Angle Dental Radiator Coolidge Tube Cohil 
Black Lead Glass Tube Shield (Opaque) for 10 Ma. or 30 Ma. straight 

Radiator Type Coolidge Tube.. ..•_ Blaga 


WAPPLER TIMER AND BREAKER 



This apparatus, so essential for accurate 
radiographic work, has been recognized as a 
standard for many years. The timing range is 
from one-tenth second to five seconds. Ex¬ 
posures may be repeated as often as required 
without resetting. 


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Cal alog Code 

N°- Description Word 

A. 1309 For alternating current, 220 volts, 60 cycles. Meser 

A.lolO For alternating current, 110 volts, 60 cycles. Mesun 

A.J.jli For alternating current, 220 volts, 25 cycles. Mesot 

A.L>I2 For direct current, 220 volts. Mesed 

A. 1513 For direct current, 110 volts. Mesru 

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Word 


Unbol 


WAPPLER FILAMENT TRANSFORMER AND CONTROL 


The design of this Transformer is of usua. 
Wappler standard. It is immersed in oil con¬ 
tained in a one-piece copper tank. Adequate 
insulation against high tension is provided be¬ 
tween the primary and secondary windings. 

The regulator operates on the variable mag¬ 
netic leakage principle and develops the utmost 
NICETY OF CONTROL without steps of any 
kind. 

This control is furnished separately with 
Catalog Nos. A. 1503, A. 1504, and A. 1505, but 
is frequently embodied in Wappler Machine 
Switchboards. A convenience, particularly in 
Fluoroscopy, is the use of this control mounted 
upon the pedestal shown to the right. 


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Catalog 

No. 

A. 1503 
A. 1504 
A. 1505 

A. 1506 

A. 1507 
A. 1574 
A. 1508 
A.1591 
A.1585 
A. 1761 
A. 1754 


Description 

Wappler Filament Transformer with Regulator 110 V., 60 Cy. 

Wappler Filament Transformer with Regulator, 110 V., 25 Cy. 

Wappler Filament Transformer with Regulator, 75 V., 60 Cy.. 

(For use with 110 V ., D. C. converter) 

Rotary Converter, 110 V., D. C. for A. 1505 Wappler Filament Trans¬ 
former ... 

Filament Ammeter, 7".•. 

Filament' Ammeter, 9". 

Insulating Meter Post for separate mounting on shelf... 

Metal Socket connecting A. 1508 Post with A. 1507 Meter. 

Coolidge Filament Regulator on Movable Pedestal. 

Plain Cathode Connector. 

Snapiton complete (see Page 18) 


Code 

Word 

Coloi 

Colot 

Colum 

Covet 

Comet 

Colar 

Compo 

Mesoc 

Comov 

Cukot 


COOLIDGE X-RAY TUBES 

A. 1592 


Coona 

Universal Coolidge A-l\ay luoe, nne .. 

Coome 

A. 1593 

Universal Coolidge X-Kay lube, medium .. 

Cobra 

A.1594 

Universal Coolidge X-Kay lube, nroaa .. 

Coron 

A.1595 

Radiator Type Coolidge lube, lu ivia. siraigui. 

Corte 

A.1596 

Radiator Type Coolidge lube, ou ivia. siraigm. 

Codoa 

A.1597 

Dental Radiator Coolidge X-Kay lube, rignt angtc. 



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WAPPLER FOOT SWITCH 
WITH ROOM LIGHT CONTROL 



Foot Switch, Catalog No. A. 1562, is equipped 
with a resistance in the base, which is intro¬ 
duced in the circuit for a fraction of a second 
during the depression of the contact and is, 
therefore, advantageous for use with unrectified 
current X-Ray transformers. Room light control 


is provided by means of two plungers operated 
by the toes. This circuit is entirely independent 
of the X-Ray circuit. This switch is very sub¬ 
stantially constructed of cast iron, japan finish. 
Cable connections for the X-Ray machine and 
room lights, ten feet long, are provided. 


Catalog 

Description 

A. 1562 Wappler Foot Switch (resistance type) with room light control and 
10 feet connecting cable.>. 


Code 

Word 

Romsi 


WAPPLER PLAIN FOOT SWITCH 


This foot switch is intended for comparatively 
light current. It is not equipped with room 


light control. It is fitted with ten feet of con¬ 
necting cable. 


Catalog 

No. 

A. 1522 


. _ Description 

Plain foot Switch for light current with 10 feet cable 


Code 

Word 

Withe 




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WAPPLER GENITOURINARY FILM TUNNEL 


WAPPLER SERIAL STOMACH FILM TUNNEL 


This Tunnel is similar in appearance to the 
Wappler Serial Stomach Film Tunnel but has 
no upper lead screen. It is designed to per¬ 
mit the accurate placing of the film without 
disturbing the patient. 


Catalog Gode 

No. Description Word 

A. 1752 Wappler Genito-Urinary Film 

Tunnel . Genut 


This Tunnel is designed for the purpose of 
making four exposures on one 10" x 12" film, 
using standard Wappler 10" x 12" Cassette. 

The apparatus illustrated is intended for 
use as a separate accessory. It may be built 
into the Wappler Number Four Table. Its 


use in this manner is described in Bulletin 


No. 94. 

Catalog Code 

No. Description Word 

A. 1699 Wappler Serial Stomach Film 

Tunnel ... Stotu 


FLUOROSCOPIC 
BUCKY DIAPHRAGM 


The Wappler Flat Bucky Diaphragm with sta¬ 
tionary grids is very advantageous in eliminating 
secondary radiation, particularly when fluoroscop- 
ing heavy patients. The fact that it is flat and 
very thin adds to its value. It may be clipped 
upon or readily removed from any Fluoroscopic 
screen frame. If this is required for use with a 
horizontal screen, four clips should be specified. 


Catalog 

No. 


Description 


Code 

Word 


A-1449 Wappler Fluoroscopic Bucky 

Diaphragm . Flubu 

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STEREOSCOPE 


All the essentials of accurate stereoscopic ob- patented Wappler tilting mirror, which com- 
servation are adequately covered in this Wap- pensates for film inaccuracies, 
pier Stereoscope. It embodies the original 


Catalog Code 

No. Description Word 

A. 1515 Wappler Stereoscope with two Daylight Lamps, 110 Volts. Heato 


SINGLE-LAMP 

RADIOGRAPH 

ILLUMINATOR 


This Illuminator can be used as a unit or 
one of a group. No wood is used in its con¬ 
struction; therefore, warping or discoloring of 
wood, due to handling of wet radiographs, is 
eliminated. 

The distribution of light is strikingly even; 
only one 100 Watt Daylight Nitrogen bulb with 
bowl partly frosted is used. 

The illuminator accommodates any sized film 
or plate up to and including 14 x 17. 

Overall dimensions: Height 19% , width 
IftVz", depth 15". 

Code 

Description 

t-Lamp Itndiograph Illuminator, not including lamp. K 11 . 

y«tt Daylight Lamp, IkiwI partly frosted. Lam«t 

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WAPPLER SMALL FILM VIEWING BOX 





Catalog 

No. 

A-1639 

A-1640 


This box accommodates films up to 8" x 10". 
The front frosted glass is inclined. Illuminator 
is derived from one 100 Watt Daylight Lamp. 


Description 


Film Viewing Box, not including lamp. 
100 Watt Lamp for Film Viewing Box.. 


Code 

Word 

Nexbo 

Wolam 


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This IS constructed of aluminum and 
equip p ed wnh Formica top panel. It can be 
tilted and set at the different angles required 
in sinus and mastoid roentgenography. The 

Catalog 3 ™ 1 * ^ eXCCedingly flexible and can be 

Aim Mastoid and.Sinus Block, nofffib. Cassette 5” d 

(For Cassettes and Screens, see Page 13) . Mablo 


placed so as to immobilize the head at prac¬ 
tically any position. 

tt. 9 \ de ^. eneath the Formica top accom- 
directbV Wappler 8 " x10 " Cassette in either 

Code 
Word 


INCLINED HEAD SUPPORT 



Catalog 

N'o. n . . Code 

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WAPPLER FILM-CHANGING TUNNELS 


The Wappler Film-Changing Tunnels are 
made in two sizes. They are strongly con¬ 
structed with a wooden bottom with Formica 
top. The top itself is strongly reinforced with 


metal so as to prevent sagging or breaking. A 
Hat metal tray is provided for loading cassettes 
in the tunnel and a wooden slide is provided 
tor using films without cassettes. 


Ca ‘ alog „ . . Code 

INo. Description Word 

A. 1545 8" x 10" Film-Changing Tunnels. Filte 

A. 1546 10" x 12" Film-Changing Tunnels. Fitwe 


WAPPLER FILM CHESTS 


These are strongly constructed, finished in tect undeveloped films from accidental exposure 
mahogany, lined with lead, as required to pro- to the X-Ray. 

Catalog Code 

No. Description Word 

A. 1626 Film Chest, 20" x 15" x 20" . Ledor 

A. 1628 Film Chest, 11" x 6" x 9" . Leden 


Catalog 

No. 

A. 1632 
A.1621 
A.1622 
A.1633 
A.1634 


WAPPLER TUBE RACKS 


See illustration on cover page 

- Code 

Description Word 

Tube Rack for One Tube, mahogany finish. ®? rac 

Tube Rack for Two Tubes, mahogany finish. Dirac 

Tube Rack for Three Tubes, mahogany finish. Borac 

Tube Rack for Four Tubes, mahogany finish. Turac 

Metal Tube Hangers, rubber covered. Tuhok 



WAPPLER FLUOROSCOPIC SCREEN 


Catalog 

No. 

A. 1587 
A.1560 


Code 

Description Word 

Aluminum Frame for 11" x 14" Screen with lead glass protection and 

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handles on frame (without screen) . 

r [use 

11" x 14" Fluoroscopic Screen. 


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No. 

A. 1920 


WAPPLER INDICATING 
_ SPARK GAP * 

For voltages below 125 K. V., the most re- 
table manner of determining the voltage im¬ 
pressed upon a tube (“back-up”), or of checking 
a so-called kilo-volt meter, is by the use of the 
wappJer point-to-point spark gap connected in 
parallel with the X-Ray tube. 


Wappler Point Sp„k Cap indic „„. 


Code 

Word 

Pogap 


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(Cord Operated ^rTpredst^n 0 ^^ 11616 t G / P dlustrated ’ ma y be extended from the Sphere 
the accurate measurement of Hi^h^T" 1 ^ t0 a , ny remote Position the operator may 

voltages as used w h ln 1 T ™ n de L sire and the S P here Ga P set ^om that point. 

Tubes. It was drined in PP ^ t0 X Ra l The . Indicat | n S Scale is calibrated in exact ac 

the specifications of the A me , accor an ? e Wlt ^ cordance with the A. I. E. E. specification^ 

Electrical Engineers—and" omhnUil InSt V Ute mentioned above. The upper scale, is Centi- 
ifications as V in e bodl . es 8Ucb mod- meter readings, divided in fifths up to 20 centi- 

X-Ray make nere««rv ~°, nnectl ° n wlth f the meters and the lower scale, Kilo-Volts (peak 

Wappler pem / r I <J h L e 9pberea of tlle values) in steps of 10 up to 300. The Wap- 

1 Sph r ° ap " e 125 p,er Sphere Gap is so constructed that Silun- 

thn Arut-ru f ' , ! ’ ? X rM ty as s P ec *fied by dum Resistances of high ohmic‘resistance can 

L l , ' t,tU,e ° f Elec , ,rical Engineers. be used at each sphere 

r-y means of an ingenious device, cords, as 

V,‘"* Code 

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WAPPLER 

PROTECTIVE SCREEN 


The Wappler Protective Screen is designed to 
occupy a minimum of floor space and to pro¬ 
tect the operator from the X-Rays. The screen 
panel is 6 ft. high by 3 ft. wide. It is sub¬ 
stantially constructed of wood—and finished on 
one side in mahogany. The wooden panel is 
lined on the other side with metallic lead 1/16'' 
thick. This lead covering is nicely finished in 
black rubberoid paint. The lead glass window 
measures ll 1 / 4" x 14V4,". The screen is mounted 
on two metal legs, each provided with two easy 
rolling castors. The floor space required is 
2 ft. by 3 ft. 

Catalog Code 

No. Description Word 

A. 1565 Wappler Protective Screen Srepo 


X-RAY PROTECTIVE APRON 


These aprons are made of special rubber cloth heavily impregnated with lead. 


Catalog 

No. 

A.1547 
A.1548 


Description 

X-Ray Protective Apron, medium weight. 
X-Ray Protective Apron, heavy weight... 


Code 

Word 

Sonor 

Sonre 


X-RAY PROTECTIVE RUBBER 


This material is stocked in long strips 36 
wide—lengths of this width are cut to order. 
It is 3/32 inch thick and is heavily impreg- 

A. 1549 X-Ray Protective Rubber. 


nated with lead. It weighs about two pounds 
to the square foot. 


Opaqu 


LEAD GLASS SPECTACLES 


A.1550 f-ead Class Spectacles. 


Sones 


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X-RAY PROTECTIVE GLOVES 


A. 1552 Gloves, Gauntlet 


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X-RAY PROTECTIVE FOIL 


Catalog 

No. Description 

A. 17.54 Wappler Snapiton, com¬ 
plete . 

A. 1755 Wappler Snapiton, Fibre 
Jack Connection only, 

A. 1756 Wappler Snapiton, Screw 
Cap anti Plug only.... 


MEDICAL X-RAY ACCESSORIES 


This is lead foil for use in treatment work 
to protect parts that are not required to be 
treated. One square foot of “C” foil weighs 


about 1 lb. 11 oz. One square foot of “D” 
foil weighs about 2Yi lbs. 


WAPPLER SNAPITON 

The Snapiton is a Cathode Socket made 
for your convenience. 

You can snap it on or off instantly. 

Firm rotating contact. 

Connections cannot short-circuit. 


Bleme 

Blend 


A. 1553 
A. 1554 


“C” Foil (thickness about .025 inch) 
“D” Foil (thickness about .045 


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The Wappler Encapsulated Reel embodies all the features 
necessary to give satisfaction in a cord reel. The cord itself is 
covered and is very flexible. The spring tension may he adjusted 
by turning the housing. This housing is of aluminum. The cord 
connector may be hooked to the anode end of an X Ray lube or 
by unscrewing the hook, the cord may be screwed on the 8/dZ 
thread of a Wappler Cathode connection or “Snapiton connector. 

The Encapsulated Reel is attached to the aerial system by the 
14".20 thread being screwed into the real connector A.1611, or 
into the bottom of tubing holders. 

Catalog W°f d 

No. Description Code 

A. 1711 Single Encapsulated Coronaless Cord 

Reel . Sicap 

A. 1712 Double or Coolidge Encapsulated Corona¬ 
less Cord Reel. Docap 

A. 1757 Reel Connector for %" Tube. Recon 

Note: Wappler X-Ray Aerial System is fully described in 
Bulletin No. 102. 


WAPPLER DARK ROOM LAMP 


This lamp swivels for use on a table or it 
can be attached to a wall,-for 110 volts e.ther 
alternating or direct current. 


Catalog 

No. 

A. 1618 


Code 

Word 


Description . Abide 

Wappler Dark Room Camp. 

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Not including reels, inlet cables, or "third terminal " /or gat tubes. 

A. 11 10 Bellevue Model Roentgen Ray Machine, 220 Volts 60 Cvcles A r 

without Cabinet ’ ’ 

' RONOS 

., A. 1100 pellevue Model Roentgen Ray Machine, 220 Volts 60 Cvcle- A r 

with Cabinet * 

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,im S e 5£ Roenteen Ray MacWne> 220 Volts ’ 25 C y cl «. A. C„ 

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A ' 1108 wfth e C U a e bS eI R ° emgen Ray MaChine ’ 220 VoltS ' 25 Cycles, A. C., 

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AAm SSfeS* 1 R °' n, ’“ Rw 220 ™“. W~. Current, ’“'‘ 0L | 

A. 1710 Thtrd Terminal tor Gas Tube with High Ten.lon Switch r«^ 

A. 1711 Single Reel for connection to Terminals 

A. 1712 Double Reel for connection to Terminals 

A.I571 Set „f three Inlet.Cable, (10 ft. long) of N , I0 rdntorced corJ ““J 

Gross Shipping weight of Bellevue Model with mbbtet. Approx 1800 ibt 
Croes Shtppteg wetgh, o, Bellevue Model without eabinet. Approx iZl. 

ACCESSORY EQUIPMENT 

A - 1503 i&S%r - 110 Vo,ts md 75 v “"*'« 

A ^th P r5idator dg? Filament Transformer, 110 Volls, 25 Cycles, A. C., 

110 w» "i n Volts, 60 

A. 1507 Coolidge Ampere Meter with sockel COMET 

A.iSOO Rorary Converter 110 V., D. C, for Wappler Coolidge Transformer 

COVET 

Compensator (for Coolidge Filament Transformers on direct current) COPEN • 
' 15 ° 9 Wappler T ™er and Breaker, 220 V., 60 Cy„ A. C. MESER 

A.).il° Wappler Timer and Breaker, 110 V., 60 Cy., A. C. MESUN 

A-loll Wappler Timer and Breaker, 220 V„ 25 Cy., A. C. MESOT 

Wappler Timer and Breaker, 220 Volts, D. C. MESED 

Wappler Timer and Breaker, 110 Volts, D. C. MESRU 

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BELLEVUE MODEL 

ROENTGEN RAY MACHINE 


The Bellevue Model is a powerful and flexible 
Roentgen Ray Machine. It is particularly rec¬ 
ommended for the progressive specialist, and 
the modern hospital, both of whom must depend 
upon the continued and satisfactory operation 


of their X-Ray Machine. 

The Bellevue Machine is designed to operate 
the Coolidge Universal Tube to its full capacity 
and still have ample reserve power. 


CAPACITY 


The maximum spark gap between points is 
12 inches. While it is difficult to actually 
demonstrate the maximum output of the Wap- 
pler Bellevue Model, due to the limitation of 
the X-Ray tube, the output is rated at 250 
milliamperes at a 6" back-up (between points). 
This machine, therefore, has more than enough 
power to deliver easily as much high tension 
•current as any X-Ray tube can utilize. 

The secondary peak voltage is variable by a 
combination of two controllers giving one hun¬ 
dred finely divided steps from 40,000 peak volts 
to 180,000 peak volts. A twenty step rheostat 
is also provided. 


The secondary voltage is rectified by the 
cross-shaped peripheral rectifier having collect¬ 
ing segments at right angles to the plane of the 
cross. These segments make actual contact 
with brushes of very fine metal wire. This is 
an exclusive feature of Wappler rectified current 
machines. It is noteworthy that this type of 
rectifier, making direct contact, is more efficient 
and stable than those using an air space be¬ 
tween the stationary and rotating members. 
These details, the shape and length of the con¬ 
tact segments, and in fact, the entire Wappler 
Peripheral Rectification system has been so 
worked out that the greatest efficiency in the 
generation of X-Rays is obtained. 



RADIOGRAPHY 


The capacity of this machine enables the 
roentgenologist to make the heaviest instan¬ 
taneous exposures with certainty and precision. 
Respite this enormous reserve force, the flexi¬ 


bility of the control is such that the lowest gap 
and smallest milliamperage can be produced 
with equal facility and precision. 



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FLUOROSCOPY 


In Fluoroscopy fine gradations of penetration 
are invaluable. Thus, by having 100 auto-trans¬ 
former steps, and 20 rheostat steps in addition. 


the Wappler Bellevue Model provides that nicety 
of control demanded by the discriminating, 
diagnostician. 


THERAPY 



The Wappler Bellevue machine is designed to 
operate the Coolidge Universal Tube practically 
continuously to its full capacity for therapy. 


using the 9" technic, thus leaving ample margin 
between that and the maximum ftpurk gap of 12 
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CONSTRUCTION 


The cabinet containing the High Tension 
Transformer and Rectifier System is substan¬ 
tially constructed in mahogany. As a safety 
measure the panel behind which rotates the 
High Tension rectifier is of polished black plate 
glass. The cabinet is polished on all sides 
—including the rear; three doors are provided 
in two sides and the rear so that there is ready 
access to working parts. 

On the top of the cabinet are mounted the 
high tension terminals, spark gap, meter, etc. 
As an additional measure of safety, it will be 
noted that there are no external exposed High 
Tension conductors lower than these terminals, 
— which are 70" from the floor. The insulators 
which support the terminals are made of the 
highest grade Electrose. The excellent insula¬ 
tion thus afforded is still further enhanced by a 


panel of insulating material set in the top of 
the cabinet—on which the spark gap terminals 
are mounted. 


The milliamper erne ter is mounted upon one 
of these insulators. It is furnished with a clear 
distinct dial and equipped with a shunt by 
means of which the equivalent of two scales are 
provided,—one reading 0 to 20 milliamperes to 
provide sensitive readings for treatment and 
fluoroscopy,—the other reading 0 to 200 milliam¬ 
peres for heavy radiography. 

When a Coolidge Filament transformer is 
ordered, it is usually recessed into the top of 
the cabinet so . that the insulating post projects 
above and carries the Coolidge meter in prox¬ 
imity to the milliamperemeter. 



TRANSFORMER 


The oil immersed High Tension transformer, 
being the most vital part of an X-Ray machine, 
is a product of careful design and execution 
Wappler transformers enjoy an enviable repu¬ 
diation among the users of X-Ray apparatus 
^^They are constructed entirely in our own shops 
under the direct supervision of the designers 
The secondary, or High Tension coils, are wound 
by machines, invented and constructed by our¬ 


selves,— which provide the uniformity, accuracy 
and dependability characteristic of Wapplei 
Transformers. 

The secondary of these transformers is 
“grounded” at the middle or neutral point so 
that the potential to “ground” from either ter¬ 
minal is one-half of the total potential between 

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CONTROL PANEL 

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The Control Panel or switchboard is char¬ 
acteristic of Wappler quality. It is separate or 
remote from the transformer cabinet and is 
mounted upon casters. The body of the control 

The method and range of control by means of 
the two auto-transformer selective switches and 
rheostat have been described on Page 2, under 
heading “Capacity.” 

panel contains the auto-transformer, resistance 
coil, connection panel, etc. The operating parts 
are mounted upon a slate panel, and are cov- 

A meter indicates the secondary voltage before 
closing the X-Ray switch. 

ered by plate glass as protection against low 
tension shock to the operator. The operator can 
clearly see the actual contacts which are made 
by his manipulation of the knobs and switch 
levers which project through the protective glass 
covering. 

On the alternating current machine a polarity 
indicator is provided. The polarity indicator 
system is operated, on four volts and is free 
from the trouble experienced with polarity 
systems operating on the full line voltage. 

SERVICE 

CURRENT 



Wherever possible, it is desirable to operate 
this machine on a three-wire service, having 
220 volts between the two outer wires and 110 
volts between either of the outer wires and the 
neutral. In the three-wire system the neutral 
wire is always grounded. When connected to 
a service of this nature, current for the Coolidge 
Filament Transformer can be obtained from 
110 volt terminals on the connection board 
within the control panel. In the case of alter¬ 
nating current, this 110 volts may be used to 
feed the primary of the Coolidge Filament 
k Transformer, but where direct current only is 
available, it is necessary to use other means. 

One is to operate a small separate rotary con 
verier from the 110 volts and feed the Coolidge 
Filament Transformer with resultant 75 volts 
from thi* separate rotary converter. This 
method is preferable over drawing alternating 


current from the main rotary converter because 
the Coolidge Filament current would not be 
seriously affected by sudden changes in the 
main rotary converter, when a heavy load is im¬ 
pressed upon it. 

Another method is to draw alternating cur¬ 
rent from the main rotary converter and to pass 
it through a Wappler Compensator which com¬ 
pensates for a drop of voltage on a heavy load,, 
but which due to the compensating coil in series 
with the main transformer necessarily limits the 
maximum current and results in less maximum 
output for heavy work than when a separate 
Coolidge Filament rotary converter is used. 

For Radiographic work the Wappler Timer 
and Breaker described in the bulletin 89 is 
invaluable. It is customary to mount the limer 
„n top of the Bellevue Control Panel,— where 
it can be conveniently operated. 


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RADIOGRAPHY 

FLUOROSCOPY 

THERAPY 


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THERAPY 


As the maximum spark gap of the King 
Model Machine is 10", this provides a margin of 
25% above the requirements of Therapy up to 
8" back-up for which this machine is recom¬ 
mended. The transformer capacity being ample 
and the motor which rotates the rectifying mica 


cross being of liberal dimensions, undue heating 
under prolonged operating conditions is pre¬ 
vented so that this machine may be operated for 
many hours continuously without undue stress 
or risk of harm. 


CURRENT SUPPLY 


Current for operating the King Model ma¬ 
chine should be either direct current or alter¬ 
nating current, preferably 220 volts. The supply 
from the power station should be the three- 


wire system with a grounded neutral furnishing 
220 volts between the outer wire and 110 volts 
between either of the outer wires and the neu¬ 
tral, or “ground.” 


CONSTRUCTION 


The principle- component parts of the King 
Model Machine consist of High Tension Trans¬ 
former; Rectifying System, consisting of Syn¬ 
chronous Motor (or rotary converter where 


D. C. is used), 20" Mica Rectifying Cross and 
Wappler High Tension Brush contacts; cabinet; 
10" spark gap; control panel or remote control 
switchboard. 


CONTROL 




The King Model Machine may be provided 
with either the Control Panel suspended upon 
the side of the cabinet, as illustrated on page 
4 or a remote control switchboard as illus¬ 
trated on page 5. Both have the same electrical 
characteristics, the two forms being constructed 
to meet the convenience of the user according 
to the space available and nature of the instal¬ 
lation. 

The controls are by auto-transformer and 
rheostat. There are twenty steps of selective 
voltages by means of auto-transformer: this 


is obtained by a ten-step selective switch to¬ 
gether with a secondary switch marked “high” 
and “low,” which doubles the range of the se¬ 
lective switch. In addition there is a ten 
step Rheostat. The Coolidge Filament Control 
is of the well-known Wappler Magnetic Leak¬ 
age type which has no definite steps whatever, 
but a gradual sliding range from minimum to 
maximum. If the control panel of the type 
attached to the cabinet is used, this filament 
control is attached to the side thereof, but this 
control is embodied ns an integral part of the 
remote control switchboard. 


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CONTROL PANEI 


rite control panel is mounted on the side 
of the cabinet having the controls mentioned on 
page three with the exception of the Coolidge 
Filament Control—mounted on a separate panel 


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This volt meter reads 
X Ray switch. On the 


panel of the A. C machine there is also a polar¬ 
ity indicator to indicate the correctness or other¬ 
wise of the polarity of the high tension recti¬ 
fied current before closing the X-ray switch. 






REMOTE CONTROL SWITCHBOARD 


The' remote control switchboard is in pedestal 
form with an inclined top panel. This panel 
contains the means for manipulating the same 
controls as described above. The switchboard 
itself is strongly built, using iron castings with 
sheet metal inserts in the panels. The finish 


is black enamel castings, black crystal side 
panels and special green finish of the top panel 
with yellow bronze lettering. The whole board 
is mounted on casters so that it can be placed 
in any convenient position. 




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This transformer is immersed in oil con¬ 
tained in a seamless copper tank, the top of 
which is of insulating material. In the top is 
inserted an electrose terminal upon which may 
be mounted a Coolidge Ampere meter. The 
regulator is of the Wappler Magnetic Leakage 
Type having no steps or “jumps” but a smooth, 
uniform range from minimum to maximum. 
The transformer may be inserted within the top 
of the cabinet, thereby bringing the meter in 
close proximity to the Milliamperemeter on the 
machine or it may be placed elsewhere as con 
venience of installation may dictate. This trans¬ 
former is illustrated below. Where direct cur¬ 
rent is the source of supply, it is necessary to 
use a small rotary converter to generate the 
necessary alternating current for this trans¬ 
former. 


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AUTOMATIC TIMER 

An exceedingly useful accessory to the King 
Model Machine is the Wappler Timer and 
Breaker which has been standard for many years. 
The use of this is practically essential for 
rapid exposures and adds greatly in uniformity 

of technic on longer exposures. This may be 
placed on top of the cabinet or other location 
as the convenience of the installation may dic¬ 
tate. The Timer is illustrated below. 


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A-1234 Wappler Vertex X-Ray Machine, including Generating Unit (Transformer with 

senate cZvl t"”?*’ 9 , . ntroI Pane1 ’ 15 f >- interconnecting cable 

r™ r ‘^ g Transformer; machine for 220 volts, 60 cycles, alternating 
current. Coolidge Transformer for 110 volts, 60 cycles, alternating current (not 
including milliampere meter or Coolidge meter).. ....... . .. . V erun 

A-L94 Wappler Duplex Meter (for use in aerial system) for Coolidge Filament Current 

or o Xu 9 ; and (1 milllan i peres °- 10 Ma ' or °- 20 Ma„ with shunt for 0-100 Ma. 

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if' ,n ! " afna . s y s,enl - lids consists of A-1234. A-1794 and A-1960. For convenience, 

this group may be ordered in one item as follows: 

Wappler complete Vertex X-Ray Apparatus, remote installation type ( Inlet cables 

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FLU OROSCOPY 
SEVEN INCH THERAPY 


CAPACITY 


Whilst moderate in size, the WAPPLER 
VERTEX generates an ample volume of current 
for all Radiographic purposes. It will deliver 
100 milliamperes at 90 kilovolts, or more mu- 
liamperes at a lower voltage. 


For Therapy, it will operate steadily at 103 
kilovolts. 

For Fluoroscopy, there is available the nicety 
of control which adds to convenience in this 
work. 


ADAPTABILITY 


The WAPPLER VERTEX is so constructed 
that it may be adapted to conform to almost any 
conceivable laboratory conditions; for example, 
it may be furnished having the generating unit 
enclosed in the cabinet on the top of which are 
mounted the measuring instruments, spark gap, 
etc.; or the cabinet may be dispensed with 
using a generating unit on the floor or on a 
suitable shelf in the laboratory and having the 
aerial tubes led direct from the unit. In this 


case, the measuring instruments and spark gap 
could be mounted in the aerial system; or the 
generating unit may be placed in a separate 
room or even in a closet, thus leaving the great¬ 
est amount of space in the X-Ray operating 
room. In this case also the aerial tubes would 
be run direct from the generating unit, and 
measuring instruments, etc., connected in the 
aerial system. 


GENERATING UNIT 

(Constructed Under Wapplet Patents) 


The Transformer and Rectifier of the WAP¬ 
PLER VERTEX are constructed as one unit, 
utilizing a vertical motor mounted directly upon 
the transformer top, and upon the shaft of 
which is affixed a micanite cross rectifier, ro¬ 
tating in a horizontal plane. On the Trans¬ 
former top are also mounted four substantial 
insulators carrying High Tension collector 
brushes. There is provision to connect %-incb 
tubes either to an aerial system of the X-Ray 
laboratory, or to the terminals of the machine, 
if the transformer and rectifier are placed with¬ 
in a cabinet. 


By this arrangement, the transformer and 
rectifier unit may be placed upon a substantial 
shelf out of the way, or within a closet or other 
convenient location, thus considering this as a 
unit for generating high tension unidirectional 
current. In this case, the control panel may be 
placed in any position as the convenience of the 
operator may dictate. 

With an arrangement as above, the Coolidge 
Filament Transformer, being separate from the 
X-Hay Transformer, may be placed wherever 
convenient to connect to the aerial system. 


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In the event that a Cabinet Type is prefer¬ 
able, the transformer and rectifier unit may be 
placed within the cabinet, as illustrated on page 
four, and in which case the high tension ter¬ 
minals emerge from the top of the cabinet and 
the Coolidge Filament Transformer may be re¬ 
cessed into the top of the cabinet. A convenient 
arrangement of combined spark gap, indicator. 


and high tension terminal posts, mounted above 
the cabinet, is shown. The Wappler Duplex 
Meter combining the Coolidge Amperemeter and 
Milliamperemeter in one case is shown mounted 
upon the negative terminal. Provision is made 
above the meter to connect direct to aerial 
tubing. 



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The Control Panel, which is of REMOTE panels of black crystal. The top panel, bear- ^ 
CONTROL TYPE, is of very striking design, ing operating handles, etc., consists of a plate 

finished in black enamel with side and front of special dark green finish with vellow bronze 


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figures. This is particularly attractive and dur- 
able. 

The controls consist of the usual motor switch 
and starting button, auto-transformer switch, 
and X-Ray switch, The kilovolt meter and polar¬ 
ity indicator are mounted on the panel; the 
Coolidge Filament Control is also embodied in 


me control panel. 

I,./ 11 ." 6 T thfee s f lective switches, one for the 
en-step rheostat, the other two for the auto- 
transformer control. These consist of one selec¬ 
tive switch giving three major steps, low, medi¬ 
um, and high voltage. The other provides ten 
minor voltage steps, thus making available a 
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WAPPLER VERTEX 


CABINET 


The cabinet is finished in mahogany, and 
meusures 35 inches by 25 inches by 48 inches. 
It is provided with hinged doors for accessi¬ 
bility to the transformer and rectifier within. 
On the top of the cabinet is usually mounted the 


spark gap terminals, and means for connection 
to the aerial system as described above. The 
Coolidge Filament Transformer is recessed into 
the top of the cabinet. 



METERS 


The Wappler Duplex Meter combines in one 
case the milliampere meter and Coolidge fila¬ 
ment ampere meter. This combination is an 
added convenience to the operator who thus 
does not have to look at two places to note the 
current conditions. The milliampere meter is 


furnished with a scale reading either 0-10 or 
0-20; both are equipped with shunts to multiply 
the reading by ten, thus being 0-100 or 0-200, 
respectively. The Wappler Duplex Meter may 
be provided for mounting on the terminals above 
the cabinet or for suspending in the aerial. 


OUTPUT 


Tesi» made upon several Vertex Machines 
show that as much as 100 rnilliampflfM at Of) 


kilovolts using Universal Coolidge lube may I"* 
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A-1234 Wappler Vertex X-Ray Machine, including Generating Unit (Transformer with 
Rectifier mounted thereon), Remote Control Panel, 15 ft. interconnecting 
cable, separate Coolidge Transformer; machine for 220 volts, 60 cycles, alter¬ 
nating current; Coolidge Transformer for 110 volts, 60 cycles, alternating 
current ( not including milliampere meter or Coolidge meter) . Verun 

A-1235 Cabinet, including combination insulators, spark gap, and meter post. Verca 

A-1793 Wappler Duplex Meter (for use with A-1234) for Coolidge Filament Current 
0-5 amperes, and milliamperes 0-10 Ma. or 0-20 Ma. with shunt for 0-100 Ma. 
or 0-200 Ma., equipped with stem to mount on meter post and connection at 
top for aerial tubing. Dupme 

A-1571 Inlet Cables, set of three (ten feet long). Incab 

A-1949 Additional length of interconnecting cable ( between Generating Unit and Control 

Panel), per foot. Adcab 

The above group is the WAPPLER VERTEX X-RAY Apparatus in cabinet form, consisting 

of A-1234, A-1235 and A-1793. For convenience, this group may be ordered in one item as follows: 

1236 Wappler complete Vertex X-flay Apparatus Cabinet Type ( Inlet Cables not 

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Number Description 


Code 
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A 1454 


A 1588 

A 1458 

A 1555 

A 1459 
A. 1460 
A 1461 
A. 1462 

A 1463 
A 1464 


Wappler Squier Cystoscopic Table, including Bucky Diaphragm, Com¬ 
pression Band, Stirrups and Tubestand (not including X-Ray Tube 
or Lead Class Shield) provided with means to hold Lead Glass 
Shield for 30 Ma. Radiator Tube. 

Lead Class Tube Shield for 10 Ma. or 30 Ma. Straight Radiator Type 
Coolidge Tube. ’ H 

Wappler Squier Cystoscopic Table—same as A 1454—but equipped 
to accommodate Lead Glass Bowl for Universal or Radiator Tube 

Lead Class Bowl for Wappler Tubestand to accommodate X-Ray 
Tubes up to 7 diameter. - 

Set of Adjustable Shoulder Rests. 

Leg Extension. 

Irrigating Stand. 

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Battery Box with Rheostat including three dry cells. 

Test Tube Holder, including three Test . Tubes. 


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CYSTOSCOPIC X-RAY TABLE 


When the J. Bentley Squier Cystoscopic X-Ray 
Table was presented to the medical profession 
towards the close of 1924, it was approved by 
discriminating Urologists and Roentgenologists 
alike. The designers were commended for the 
achievement of designing and constructing an 
X-Ray Cystoscopic Table which is not only an 
excellent urological examining table, but also 
an excellent X-Ray Bucky table. Furthermore, 
recognition was given at once to the great ad¬ 
vantage that the urinary tract is always within 
the limits of the X-Ray field, thus permitting 


radiographs to be taken during a cystoscopic 
examination without disturbing the position of 
the patient. 

It is emphasized that the Squier Cystoscopic 
X-Ray Table is not merely a urological table 
with a Bucky Diaphragm and Tubestand at¬ 
tached, but the particular requirements of both 
the Urologist and the Roentgenologist have been 
carefully considered and the advantageous fea¬ 
tures of urological and X-Ray tables have been 
retained and so combined as to form a complete, 
well-balanced and co-ordinated equipment. 



STRENGTH OF CONSTRUCTION 


The table frame itself is solidly—almost mas¬ 
sively—constructed. For example, the side mem¬ 


bers are all cast metal, accurately machined and 
beautifully finished in natural gray. 


WAPPLER FLAT BUCKY DIAPHRAGM 


The Bucky Diaphragm is built into and be¬ 
comes an integral part of the Table. The 
Wappler Electric Company was the first to in¬ 
troduce the Flat Bucky Diaphragm. This form 
has subsequently been adopted by others who 
quickly recognized its many advantages. The 
Wappler Flat Bucky Diaphragm, accommodat¬ 
ing standard cassettes of any size up to 14"xl7", 
is of the same character and design as that used 
in the standard Wappler Bucky Tables, except 
that a counter-balance is introduced to enable it 
to function equally well in any position of the 


Table. 

This Wappler Flat Bucky Diaphragm—the 
mechanical details of which are described in 
other Wappler publications—is electrically op¬ 
erated and requires no “setting.” The timing 
mechanism is embodied within it, which, in con¬ 
junction with a suitable contactor used with the 
X-Ray generator, gives a timing range from one 
second to ten seconds. If longer duration is 
required, as there is no re-setting needed, repeat 
exposures may be made. A compression band 
is provided, as shown on Pages 5 and 7. 


POSITIONS 


The elevating mechanism is simple and pow¬ 
erful, enabling the operator or attendant to 
place the patient readily and easily in any po¬ 
sition from the Trendelenburg to a sitting po¬ 


sition. The large hand-wheel at the side is out 
of the way of the operator and is equipped with 
a handle which may be dropped down when not 
in use. 


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The lop of the table travels in unison with the 
brackets supporting the stirrups from the Tren¬ 
delenburg position to the horizontal. from the 
horizontal towards the sitting position, the top 
of the table is elevated whilst the stirrups re- 
muin stationary, thus causing the patient to be 
in the required position at all times. 


A noteworthy feature, and one which has been 
much commended, is the seat which automat¬ 
ically adjusts its angle to the patient regardless 
of the position of the table top. The position of 
the seat may be set as required according to the 
size of the patient with the object of hoping 
the urinary tract within the limits of the A-Kay 
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J. BENTLEY SQUIER CYSTOSCOPIC X-RAY TABLE 


SUMMARY 


The salient advantages of the Wappler Squier 

Cystoscopic X-Ray Table, which make it the 

table of choice for your Cystoscopic room, are 

as follows: 

1. The table conforms admirably to CYSTO¬ 
SCOPIC REQUIREMENTS. 

2. It is well adapted to convenient RADIOG¬ 
RAPHY OF THE URINARY TRACT. 

3. The SEAT automatically adjusts itself to 
the patient and still permits ready access to 
the organs. 

4. The STIRRUPS or knee crutches are self- 
adjusting to the patient, providing ease of 
positioning. They may be accommodated 
to any patient. 

5. The DRAIN PAN has ample apron adjust¬ 
ment and is slidably mounted so as to be 
out of the way when cystoscoping. The 
ledge is also convenient for mounting in¬ 
struments and test tubes. The drainage 
system is directed to one centrally located 
container which is a standard bucket. 

6. The ELEVATING MECHANISM is simple 
and powerful, giving positions from the 
Trendelenburg to the sitting position. The 
large hand-wheel at the side is out of the 
way of the operator. 

7. The HEAD or BACK REST is adjustable 
in a simple and effective manner. 


9. The LEG EXTENSION adds to the scope 
of the Table’s use. 

10. The LOCKING DEVICE, being on casters 
of large diameter, makes the Table rigid 
and firm in place while operating, yet easily 
movable when so desired. 

11. The operator can get very CLOSE TO THE 
PATIENT because the separate foot stool 
can be put aside when the patient is in 
position. 

12. There are BRACKETS at the side for the 
accommodation of an irrigating stand or 
battery box. 

13. The X-RA\ TUBE ARM is automatically 
centered and removable. Stereoscopic pic¬ 
tures are possible. 

14. FORMICA TOP—Transparent to X-Rays; 
mechanically strong; short distance plate 
to patient. The field is outlined on the top 
in white lines. 

15. BALANCED FLAT BUCKY DIAPHRAGM 
— Accurate timing 1-10 seconds; electri¬ 
cally operated; no cranking. • 

16. The SUBSTANTIAL FRAME insures long 
life under hard usage. 


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I'lie inecliunical construction conforms to the 
■ nil Wappler standard. The mechanism for 
positioning the carriage is designed along lines 
similur to the well-known Wuppler Tubestand, 
in which generous use is made of ball-bear¬ 
ings. The woodwork of the carriage is of 
genuine mahogany — French polished. The cen¬ 
ter panel is of Formica. 

The Wappler Upright Cassette Changer — 


1 ype B conforms to the requirements of mod¬ 
ern diagnostic X-Ray departments. Iu ^on 
vemence of manipulation makes possible the 
utmost comfort to the patient and its lasting 
qualities make it a very gratifying investment 8 

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UPRIGHT CASSETTE CHANGER 


UPRIGHT CASSETTE CHANGER 


The salient points of this Wappler Product 
are:— 

1. Horizontal movement of cassettes. 

2 . Operated by gravity; retarded by gravity. 

3. Quick action. 

4. Silent operation. 

5. Mo jar or crash. 

ft. Counter-weighted for adjustment from pel- 
vi% U) che^t. 

7. Adapted to standing or sitting posture. 

' ‘‘ 1 cassettes loaded and removed from the 


sition to a maximum outside dimension 
of 18^"xl8%"xi|". 

10. Solid construction. 

11. High quality finish. 

There are many conditions in stereoscopic 
radiography in the upright position, all of 
which are admirably met in this Wappler Up¬ 
right Cassette Changer. 

The apparatus is exceedingly flexible and can 
lie accommodated to patients standing, silting 
or on a hospital curt. 

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umns. The carriage is counter-weighted, moves 
very freely on ball bearings, and may be locked 
at either the left or right-hand side. 

The photograph on page two, showing the 
mechanism open, shows the cassette carriage 
at the end of its excursion. When reset, the 
entire carriage is towards the left. This car¬ 
riage is supported hy two quadrants or sectors 
of a wheel, which, when released, tend to rotate 
towards the right, and thereby push the car¬ 


riage along. Its momentum carries it beyond 
the gravity center so that the carriage almost 
comes to rest of its own accord before engaging 
in the catch which holds it definitely. Thus the 
movement is very smooth and comes to rest 
without any jar whatever and hardly any sound. 
It can be recommended for its simplicity and 
smooth functioning. 

An adapter enables this Cassette Changer to 
accommodate any size of cassette within rea¬ 
sonable limitations. 


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WEIGHTS AND DIMENSIONS 


DOMESTIC 


Approx. 

Height Width Length Gross Weight 

Switchboard . 24" x 22" x 47" 323 lbs. 

Transformer . 26" x 19" x 28" 198 lbs. 

Mahogany Housing and Parts. 23" x 23" x 28" 103 lbs. 

10 Gallons Transformer Oil. 21" x 13" x 14" 90 lbs. 


3 Gallons Transformer Oil 


. 12" x 11" x 11" 30 lbs. 

Approx. Total Gross Weight. 744 lbs. 


EXPORT 


Height Width Length 

Approx. 
Net Weight 

Approx. 
Gross Weight 

Switchboard . 


. 26" x 26" 

X 

50" 

250 lbs. 

346 lbs. 

Transformer . 


. 28" x 21" 

X 

28" 

147 lbs. 

210 lbs. 

Mahogany Housing and 

Parts. 

. 25" 25" 

X 

32" 

37 lbs. 

110 lbs. 

10 Gallons Transformer 

Oil . . 

. 23" x 17" 

X 

19" 

70 lbs. 

124 lbs. 

3 Gallons Transformer 

Oil . 

. 14" x 14" 

X 

16" 

21 lbs. 

48 lbs. 



Approx. Total Net Weight . 
Approx. Total Gross Weight. 



. 525 lbs. 

. 838 lbs. 


Catalog 

Number 

A-1230 


Description 

Wappler Monex X-Ray Apparatus, consisting of Trans¬ 
former, Kenex Valve Tube, Control Panel and 12 feet 
interconnecting cable. 220 volts, 60 cycles alternating 
current. 


Code 

Word 


Monsi 


A-1231 


Wappler Monex X-Ray Apparatus as above, but for 155 
volts. 


Monif 


A-1232 

A-1571 
A-1233 


Mahogany finished housing for transformer, 25 $4" x 18" 

x i6 y 4 ". 

Inlet Cables, set of three (10 ft. long). 

Rotary Converter, 220 volts Direct Current, Frame DV- 
51, with Automatic Starter, Main Switch andjfuses on 
panel (7 l /i K. W. normal rating). 


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WAPPLER MONEX 


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SILENT X-RAY DIAGNOSIS 


— YOUR SILENT SERVANT 


The X-Rays generated by means of the Wap- 
pler Monex become your ideal Servant doing 
your bidding unobtrusively—under your control 
—with power, speed and in Silence. 

No longer need your X-Ray Department be 
characterized by the vibration of revolving mo¬ 
tor parts, the swish of rotating rectifiers, the 


crackle of rectifier sparks and odor of the 
nitrous fumes resulting therefrom. 

fnrm he oi J ^ Wappler Monex trans¬ 

oms your X-Ray Diagnostic Department into 
a place quiet, a place where good work can 
be accomplished without the distraction of noise. 


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MONEX POWER 


And the Power! The ease with which radio¬ 
graphs of heavy patients are taken is surprising. 
I he word “milliampere” takes on a new mean¬ 
ing because, in the Wappler Monex its radio- 
graphic value becomes more than doubled. The 
nulliampere-second exposures with the Wappler 
Monex become less than half those prescribed 


by the Eastman Exposure Rule. To one accus¬ 
tomed to the hum and fuss and buzz of the 
lotating-rectifier when making heavy exposures 
the ease with which the Wappler Monex ac¬ 
complishes the results efficiently and in silence 
brings a thrill of surprise and satisfaction. 


MONEX SPACE 


SPACE is valuable in the X-Ray Laboratory. 
Ihe generating unit of the Wappler Monex 
needs no floor space at all! Measuring as it 
oes only by 18', it may be conveniently 

ocated upon a shelf or other support high up—- 


out of the way—in line with the aerial con¬ 
ductors. The control panel—readily movable on 
casters—occupies only 1-2/3 square feet of floor 
space. 


MONEX SERVICE 


•SERVICE. Inasmuch as there are no rotat- dicating mechanism i 9 required because the 

•■ / / p.nts to tie oiled, cleaned or adjusted, high tension current is always uni-directional, 

i attention to be given to the Wap- and the polarity correct, 

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MONEX CURRENT 


The current of the Monex differs considerably ternating current curve, then remains horizontal 

from mechanically rectified currents in that the and finally drops along the descending altemat- 

peak of the ordinary alternating current impulse ing current curve to zero. Therefore, the higher 

is considerably flattened or evened out. 1 here- values of the impulses are of much longer dura- 

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the (IITCDI impulses of the Monex last between acter of the Kenex Valve Tube has a strong 

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MONEX CONSTRUCTION 


The apparatus consists of a transformer, one 
Kenex Valve Tube and a Control Panel. The 
Kenex Valve Tube is mounted vertically on top 


of the Transformer; the Control Panel is con¬ 
nected to the Transformer by means of a flex¬ 
ible cable. 


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The Kenex is a hot cathode valve tube em¬ 
ployed for the suppression of negative current 
impulses. Heretofore, attempts to apply the 
principles of valve tube rectification to heavy 
Radiography fell short of success due to the 
limitations of the valve tubes then available. 
Painstaking research resulted in the develop¬ 


ment of the Kenex Valve Tube which presents 
many advantages over former types. The correct 
characteristics of the Kenex Valve Tube com¬ 
bined with a suitably designed transformer re¬ 
sult in markedly improved radiation output. It 
is due to these newly developed features that a 
reduction of the exposure time is effected. 


TRANSFORMER 


The Transformer consists of a specially de¬ 
signed High Tension Transformer having special 
electrical characteristics for rectification with 
the Kenex Valve Tube. Every negative impulse 
is suppressed. As there is no inverse current 


applied to the electrodes of the X-Ray Tube, it 
is feasible to operate Universal Coolidge Tubes, 
Radiator type Coolidge Tubes or even Gas 
Tubes from the Wappler Monex. 


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CONTROL PANEL 


The Control Panel, which is of the remote 
control type, is of a very pleasing design. It is 
| finished in black enamel with panels of a black 
"crystal. The top panel which contains the op¬ 
erating controls and meters is finished in a dark 
green crystal with gold bronze figures. 

The controls consist of one main filament 
switch, which operates the filament circuits of 


both the Kenex Valve Tube and X-Ray Tubes 
together, two independent filament voltage regu¬ 
lators and one X-Ray Swith. The selection of 
voltage is accomplished by three major and ten 
minor steps of auto transformer, giving a range 
of thirty steps in all, and a ten-step rheostat. A 
Milliampere Meter with a shunt giving two 
ranges and a pre-reading Voltmeter are also 
provided. 


.................mm ... 

BULLETIN No. 107 

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The salient advantages of the Wappler Monex * r • . ,, 

may be summarized as follows: Considerably less strain upon the X R a 

1. Absolute noiselessness. ^ Errori,” ^ absence oscillations ^ 

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5. Minimum cost of upkeep because of lone 
useful life of the Kenex Valve and X-Ray Tube 

6. More uniform performance because of dis¬ 
tinct stabilizing features which are inherent in 
the characteristics of the Kenex. 


. 7 ‘ .P 16 normal exposure time is one half or 
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NUMBER SIX 


COMPOSITE X-RAY UNIT 


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THE COMPOSITE UNIT IS SEPARABLE INTO 
MANY VARIATIONS OF— 

Combination Vertical and Horizontal 
Stereoscopic Radiographic Tables and Flu- 
oroscopes. They can be used either as self- 
contained units or with an aerial system. 


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appler ELECTRIC 

OENERAL of pices and factory 
>°NC ISLAND CITY, N. Y., U. S. A. 


COMPANY, Inc. 

SHOW-ROOMS 
173 E. 87th ST., NEW YORK 


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WAPPLER COMPOSITE X-RAY UNIT 

Including Combination Radiographic and Fluoroscopic 
Tilt Tables for use with Aerial Systems 

The Wappler Number Six COMPOSITE XRAY Unit, as illustrated in 
Figure 1, Page 3, is a complete X-Ray plant for Horizontal and Vertical Fluoros¬ 
copy and Horizontal and Vertical Radiography. Its adjustments also permit 
of the Trendelenberg and all intermediate positions. 

The COMPOSITE XRAY Unit, is, however, truly composite. It is made 
up of “Integral” Units, all standard Wappler parts (see Pages 4, 5, 6 and 7). 
All these units are so standardized that one “Integral” Unit, or part, suitable 
for an immediate need, can be obtained at once at a minimum initial expen¬ 
diture. Further moderate investments, at any time, will gradually enable the 
purchaser to complete his COMPOSITE Unit, as illustrated in Figure 1, Page 3, 
or Figure 2, Page 5. (The difference between the units as shown in these two 
figures, is described on Pages 8 and 9, “Suggested Combinations,” Combination 
No. 1, and No. 2.) 

Because of this, it is possible, with an initial investment of as little as 
$450. to provide yourself with a! Radiographic Table, (the “Composite Tilt 
Table,” see Page 4), that can be placed in either the vertical, horizontal, Tren¬ 
delenberg or any intermediate position. This, in some instances, will fill a real 
existing need—and at the same time—start the purchaser with a basic “Integral” 
unit of the COMPOSITE XRAY Unib 

After that, if the purchaser should want to convert the “Composite Tilt 
Table”—into the “Composite Vertical and Horizontal Fluoroscope,” as shown in 
Figure 4, Page 10, a further investment of $362.00 purchases Catalog A-1425 
—. the Fluoroscopic Tube Carriage; and Catalog No. A1808, the Mast Unit. 

Later on the same operator may find that he wants to do Stereoscopic 
Vertical and Horizontal Radiography. It would only be necessary to purchase 
Catalog A1702,—the Simplex Stereoscopic Tubestand; Catalog A1432,—the Rail 
Unit; and Catalog No. A1433,—Stereoscopic Counter-balanced Plate Changer. 

Therefore, at a further total investment of $425.00 (the cost of the “integral 
units” mentioned in the last paragraph), the COMPOSITE Vertical and Hor¬ 
izontal Fluoroscope becomes an apparatus capable of not only Vertical and 
Horizontal Fluoroscopy, but also Vertical and Horizontal Stereoscopic Radio¬ 
graphy,—for use with an aerial system, illustrated in Figure 2, Page 5. 

Finally, the same operator moves his office,—gets rid of his X-Ray Trans¬ 
former installation—wants to conserve space and therefore wants to use his 
COMPOSITE as a self-contained unit. (Incidentally, used in this way, the 
COMPOSITE Unit provides a complete plant requiring only 7^ x12^' of 
floor space,—a very valuable consideration in these times of high rents for 
professional offices.) To do so, it would only be necessary to make one further 
purchase—the COMPOSITE Unit Power Plant shown in Figure 6, Page 12, at 
a price of $630.00. Place the COMPOSITE Unit Power Plant at the foot of the 
table and the COMPOSITE XRAY Unit is complete as illustrated in F'gure 
1, Page 3, at a total investment of $1867.00. (Tubes and shields are not included 
in this price.) 


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i WAPPUSR i— 

THE COMPLETE WAPPLER COMPOSITE UNIT 


Figure 1. 

v 

The Complete Composite X-Ray Unit as illustrated above is an apparatus incorpor¬ 
ating its own High Tension Transformer and Control Unit. It is capable of Stereoscopic 
Radiography, and Fluoroscopy—in the Vertical, Horizontal, Trendelenberg and intermed¬ 
iate positions. SEE COMBINATION No. 1—PAGE EIGHT. 

(Continued from Page Two.) 

NOTE:—// the unit is completed in this way, an allowance will be made, when 

purchasing the COMPOSITE Unit Power Plant, on the “Mast Unit ” mentioned above, 

Catalog A1808, which is not needed in this particular combination. Credit will be al- 

lowed in proportion to its value and the use it has had. 

The above procedure is cited only to concisely illustrate the extreme flex¬ 
ibility of the COMPOSITE XRAY Unit. 

The first purchase does not have to be the “Composite Tilt Table,”—it can 
he one of the simpler units described in the following Suggested Combinations, 
(see Pages 8 and 9), such as Combination No. 4—Vertical and Horizontal 
Fluoroscope—or Combination No. 6—Vertical and Horizontal Stereoscopic 
Radiographic Table. 


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DESCRIPTION and EXPLANATION 

of the 

COMPONENT PARTS OR INTEGERAL UNITS OF THE 

COMPOSITE X-RAY UNIT 

(-See Pages 10 and 11 for prices.) 

COMPOSITE TILT TABLE The Composite Tilt Table is the basic “Ia- 
... . . , te S ral Unit” of the COMPOSITE XRAY 

i • w , SUpPOrting base of tbe table, in other words the table legs, the 
exclusive Wappler gearing, double acting foot clutch, hand wheel for raising or 
owering the table etc. etc. This unit also includes the mahogany finished top, 
e oot rest and the seat. It contains the working mechanism of the table and 
its manipulation is most easily accomplished. The action of putting the foot 
on the foot pedal releases the double acting clutch, which engages two seg- 
ments-one at each side of the table. When these segments are released, the 
table »s so well balanced that with the patient in position, most positions can be 
attained by merely pushing or pulling the table top. A hand wheel is provided 
however as illustrated, and with an absolute minimum of exertion, the table 
can be tilted from a full vertical to a full horizontal or Trendelenberg position 
An important point is the fact that if by accident the foot should slip from the 
foot pedal, the clutch immediately takes hold and the table is held in whatever 

position it >s at the moment. The safety factor of this point should be carefully 
considered. 

The Composite Tilt Table is really a mechanical achievement. There never 
as been a Tilt Table developed having its flexibility, extreme ease of manipula- 
tion or durability It is finished with the finest baked-on black japan and 
highly polished mckel-plate. Figures 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 all illustrate the Com- 
posite lilt Table, as incorporated in the COMPOSITE Unit. 

FLUOROSCOPIC TUBE CARRIAGF. The Fluoroscopic Tube Carriage 

is most clearly shown in Figure 
5, although it can also be observed in the ether illustrations. It is mounted on 
two square rods incorporated in the construction of the Composite Tilt Table. 
It moves easily, and is perfectly counter-balanced. All bearings are ball bearing, 
reducing friction to a minimum. The Fluoroscopic Screen, is placed in an alum¬ 
inum screen holder, protected by a heavy lead glass, X-Ray opaque. It is part 
of the Tube Carriage and moves in unison with it. The center of the Screen 
is always opposite the tube target, and the full size of the screen, ll"xl4", is the 
approximate maximum size of the Fluoroscopic Field. This maximum can be 
reduced to an absolute minimum, in fact, to a point where the X-Rays are 
entirely cut off, by the use of the Twin Knob Shutter Control. Each of the 
knobs of this control can be operated independently of the other and thus slot 
openings of the orifice can be made,—either a long vertical slot or a long 

I orizontal slot. The Twin Knob Shutter Control is mounted on an arm which 
• part of the Fluoroscopic Tube Carriage and is placed at the left hand of the 
-prrator, at the same distance from the front panel as the screen itself, making 
for ease in dark room manipulation. 

rb» Twin Knob Shutter Control is also used as a handle for moving the 

II screen holder (in unison) horizontally nnd laterally. By referring 
to Page 12, dimensions of the table, and movements can be found. 

(Continued on Page Five.) 


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Figure 2. 

The Composite Unit, as illustrated above, is an apparatus capable of Stereoscopic 
Radiography, and Fluoroscopy, in the Vertical, Horizontal, Trendelenberg and intermediate 
positions. It is assembled for use with an aerial system—with the Radiographic and 
Fluoroscopic Transformer mounted on a wall shelf; or with an X-Ray machine; as a power 
source. SEE COMBINATION No. 2—PAGE EIGHT. 

COMPOSITE UNIT POWER PLANT The Composite Unit Power Plant 

is the Wappler Radiographic and 
Fluoroscopic Transformer and Control Unit, (completely described in Catalog 
Bulletin No. 91), placed inside of a mahogany finished cabinet 27x27x33 
inches high. 

In the cabinet, at the top, as illustrated in Figure 6, Page 12, is a Corona¬ 
less High Tension Switch of the standard Wappler design,—the best. This 
switch, when used with the table, directs the High Tension current to the cord 
reels shown at the front of the cabinet for connection to the Fluoroscopic Tube 
under the table, or to the cord reels shown at the top of the masts in Figure 6, 
for connection to the tubestand, over the table, for Radiographic work. 

The Control Unit, also completely described in Bulletin No. 91, can be 
placed in any position convenient to the operator. It is connected to the trans¬ 
former by means of a long flexible cable. 

The Transformer will excite a 30 milliampere Coolidge Tube to its full 
capacity, and the Control Unit provides a most convenient adjusting element, — 
being equipped with an Auto-Transformer Control, main ‘on’ and ‘off’ switch, 
Wappler Milliamperemeter (calibrated), Volt Meter nnd Pilot Light, (for use 
during fluoroscopic examinations.) 

(Contlnuod on Pago Site.) 


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Included with the Composite Unit Power Plant it the Wappler Foot Switch 
— Resistance type, with room light control. Thit is illustrated in Figures 1 and 
3, Pages 3 and 7. 

FLUOROSCOPIC UNIT POWER PLANT The Fluoroscopic Unit 

c- q o _ . j i • Power Plant, is illustrated 

in Figure 3, Page 7. It is used only m connection with the Composite Unit— 

“ '* to • U , a * Combi “ation Vertical and Horizontal Fluoroscope, as 
a Unit That is, when it is desired to have the Transformer and Table together 
JJ* a Urn* 'ano not mount the Transformer on a wall shelf, as explained in the 
Summary Page 9. The Fluoroscopic Unit Power Plant is the same as the 
Composite Unit Power Plant, excluding the High Tension Switch and Masts 
They can be added at a later date, if desired. 

RADIOGRAPHIC UNIT POWER PLANT Tbe Radiographic Unit 

. Power Plant is used only 

in connection with the COMPOSITE Unit when it is to be used as a Combination 
Vertical and Horizontal Radiographic Table and Vertical Plate Changer, as a 
Unit. The Radiographic Unit Power Plant is practically the same as the Com¬ 
posite Unit Power Plant described above, with the exception that the two lower 
High Tension Terminals, and the High Tension Switch are omitted. They can 
be added later, if desired. 

MAST UNIT Tli e Mast Unit, so-called, is illustrated very clearly in Figures 
2 and 4, Pages 5 and 10. It consists of two micanite rods 
mounted in a wooden framework, finished in a black rubberoid paint, and 
constructed so that it can be bolted to the table frame. At the lower end of 
the masts, inside of the framework, are placed two cord reels, one double and 
one single. These reels provide connection to the Fluoroscopic Tube, under 
the table. The upper ends of the masts can be connected permanently to an 
aerial system. The construction of this unit is such that the greatest insulation 
and protection against accidental shock is provided. The Mast Unit is used 
with the Composite Unit when it is to be used in connection with an aerial 
system, or with the Radiographic and Fluoroscopic Transformer mounted on 
a wall shelf. 


SIMPLEX STEREOSCOPIC TUBESTAND The Simplex Stereoscopic 

Tubestand is one of the 
newest Wappler developments, and is illustrated in Figures 1 and 2, Pages 3 
and S. It embodies the only improvement in Stereoscopic Tubestands developed 
in many years and is unquestionably one of the most flexible and withal simple 
Stereoscopic Tubestands ever produced. 

The methods of attaching it to the table can be easily seen in Figures 1 
and 2, Pages 3 and 5. It has a horizontal travel on the rail unit of 66". The tube 
has a lateral shift of 14" across the table and travels from 12" to 42” above 
the plate changer. Stereoscopic adjustments can be easily made in the Vertical, 
Horizontal or Longitudinal planes. The adjustment of the tube target distance, 
of the tube to the plate changer in the table, is provided for by an automatic 
adjustment exclusive in this stand. The Tube Holder Arm is perfectly counter¬ 
balanced and revolves about the tubestand’s entire diameter. The Tubestand 
can be locked at any point on the rail unit by means of a hand clamp. It can 
be used for either the Universal, or Radiator type Coolidge Tube, (a second 
simples attachment is provided so that this interchangeability is obtained. Gas 
tubes can also be used. If it is desired to use the tubestand for only one type 
of tube, it is not necessary to purchase the second attachment, as it can always 
be purchased at a later date.) 


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RAIL UNIT The Rail Unit i. , 

stereoscopic 1 ubestand. It 

of suitable nickel-plated bolts. It ^ __ 

Figures 3 and 4 it will be noted that neither the Rail Unit 
Tubestand are attached,—as 


provided to mount the Wappler Simplex 
It is fastened to the table by means 
is distinctly shown in Figures 1 and 2. (In 

_ — ---i nor the Stereoscopic 

they are primarily Fluoroscopic Apparatus). 

STEREOSCOPIC COUNTER BALANCED PLATE CHANGER T 

is the 

standard Wappler Stereoscopic Plate Changer, (described in detail in Catalog 
Bulletin No. 93). It is the finest device ever developed for the automatic 
shifting of X-Ray plates or films for stereoscopic exposures. It operates with 
extreme smoothness and precision, and can be set with one hand. When the 
first exposure is completed, the mere pulling of a string, automatically shifts 
the plate into exposure position. An automatic cassette ejector is provided. The 
Plate Changer will accommodate either plates or films without necessitating 
spring tension or similar devices. 

The action of the Stereoscopic Plate Changer, and its adaptation to the 
Composite Tilt Table framework is clearly shown in Figure 5, Page 11. It will 


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Figure 3. 

Unit, as illustrated above. Is a ~ T 

mbodying in itself its own Hisb Tension Transform 

contained apparatus - capable of ^Inaroscopy 

SEE COMBINATION No. 3—PAGE EIGHT. 


combination Vertical and 
~ ...‘7 and Co 

, Fluoroscopy in all positions, 
■PAGE EIGHT. 


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SUGGESTED COMBINATIONS 

OF THE 

COMPOSITE X-RAY UNIT 

These combinations are merely suggestions and are not arbitary. For details of what is 
included with each part, see Pages 10 and 11, "Price List," etc. 

COMBINATION No. 1 .—A complete X-Ray plant for Horizontal and Vertical Fluoroscopy, 
and Horizontal and Vertical Stereoscopic Radiography, including a self-contained 
Radiographic and Fluoroscopic Transformer and Control. 


Catalog No. 

A1424 

•A142S (see Note No. 2) 
A1426 

•A1702 (see Note No. 1) 
A1432 
A1433 


SELF-CONTAINED UNIT 

Composite Tilt Table No. 6 
Fluoroscopic Tube Carriage 
Composite Unit Power Plant 
Simplex Stereoscopic Tubestand 
Rail Unit 

Wappler Stereoscopic Plate Changer 


Complete with Coolidge (30 milliampere) tube and one Lead Glass Protec¬ 
tive shield 


Price 

$450.00 

262.00 

630.00 

225.00 

50.00 

150.00 

$1767.00 

150.00 


$1917.00 

THIS COMPLETE APPARATUS IS ILLUSTRATED IN FIGURE 1, PAGE 3. 

COMBINATION No. 2. The same as Combination No. 1, with the exception that 
the Composite Unit Power Plant, is omitted and the apparatus is so constructed 
that it can be connected to an existing aerial system— and used with an already 
installed X-Ray transformer. 

TO BE USED WITH AN AERIAL SYSTEM 

Catalog No. 

A1424 Composite Tilt Table No. 6 

*A1425 (See Note No. 2) Fluoroscopic Tube Carriage 

Mast Unit 

Simplex Stereoscopic Tubestand 
Rail Unit 

Wappler Stereoscopic Plate Changer 


A1808 

♦A1702 (See Note No. 1) 
A1432 
A1433 


Complete with Coolidge (30 milliampere) tube and one Lead Glass Protec¬ 
tive Shield 


Price 

$450.00 

262.00 

100.00 

$225.00 

50.00 

150.00 

$1237.00 

150.00 


$1387.00 

THIS COMPLETE APPARATUS IS ILLUSTRATED IN FIGURE 2, PAGE 5. 

COMBINATION No. 3. A unit providing an instrument for the practice of both Horizontal 
and Vertical Fluoroscopy, including the Trendelenberg and intermediate positions, and 
containing its own power plant. 

SELF-CONTAINED UNIT 

Catalog No. Price 

A1424 Composite Tilt Table No. 6 $450.00 

•A1425 (See Note No. 2) Fluoroscopic Tube Carriage 262.00 

A1435 Fluoroscopic Unit Power Plant $565.00 


Complete with Coolidge (30 milliampere) tube and one Lead Glass Protec¬ 
tive Shield 


$1277.00 

150.00 


$1427.00 

THIS COMPLETE APPARATUS IS ILLUSTRATED IN FIGURE 3, PAGE 7. 

COMBINATION No. 4 is the same as Combination No. 3 with the exception that the 
Fluoroscopic Unit Power Plant is not included. The Mast Unit, A1808, is substituted 
and the outfit is constructed so as to be used with an aerial system. 

TO. BE USED WITH AN AERIAL SYSTEM 

Catalog No. Price 

A1424 Composite Tilt Table No. 6 $450.00 

•A1425 (See Note No. 2) Fluoroscopic Tube Carriage 262.00 

A1808 Mast Unit 100 0 0 

$812.00 

Complete with Coolidge (30 milliampere) tube and one Lead Glass Protec- 

tlve Shield 150 00 

$962.00 

THIS COMPLETE APPARATUS IS ILLUSTRATED IN FIGURE 4, PAGE 10. 

(Continued on Page Nine.) 


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ontained 


Price 

$450.00 

262.00 

630.00 

225.00 

50.00 

150.00 

1767.00 

150.00 


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Price 

(450.00 

262.00 

100.00 

1225.00 

50.00 

150.00 


237.00 


150.00 


337.00 


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Price 

450.00 

282.00 

565.00 

277.00 

150.00 

427.00 

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£ 10 . 


COMBINATION No. 5. An apparatus providing an instrument for the practice of 
Stereoscopic Radiography. it is NOT equipped with the Fluoroscopic Tube Carriage. 
Stereoscopic Radiographs can be taken in the Horizontal, Vertical, Trendelenberg 
and all intermediate positions. Figure No. 2 illustrates this combination, WITH THE 
EXCEPTION that the FLUOROSCOPIC TUBE CARRIAGE, as shown, is NOT in¬ 
cluded. 


TO BE USED WITH AN AERIAL SYSTEM 


Catalog No. 

A1424 

*A1702 (See Note No. 1) 
A1432 
A1808 
A1433 


Composite Tilt Table No. 6 
Simplex Stereoscopic Tubestand 
Rail Unit 
Mast Unit 

Stereoscopic Piate Changer 


Price 

$450.00 

262.00 

50.00 

100.00 

150.00 


1 , 012.00 

150.00 


Complete with Coolidge (30 milliampere) tube and one Lead Glass Protec- 

tive Shield _ 

$1,162.00 

COMBINATION No. 6. A self-contained unit in that instead of having Catalog A1808 — 
Mast Unit—incorporated in its make-up, the Wappler Radiographic Unit Power 
Plant is included, making it a self-contained unit for Stereoscopic Radiography in all 
positions, ft is best illustrated in Figure No. 1, which shows it equipped with the 
Fluoroscopic Tube Carriage and Screen Holder, which is OMITTED in this com¬ 
bination. 


Catalog No. 

A1424 

+ A1702 (See Note No. 
A1432 
Alt 33 
A1436 


SELF-CONTAINED UNIT 

Composite Tilt Table No. 6 
1) Simplex Stereoscopic Tubestand 
Rail Unit 

Stereoscopic Plate Changer 
Radiographic Unit Power Plant 


Price 


$450.00 


232.00 


50.00 


150.00 


575.00 


$1,487.00 

150.00 


Complete with Coolidge (30 milliampere) tube and one Lead Glass Protec¬ 
tive Shield 

$1,637.00 

Note No. 1: It will be noted that in Figures No. 1 and No. 2, the illustration shows 
the Simplex Stereoscopic Tubestand equipped with Lead Glass Shield in which either the 
Gas or Universal Coolidge Tube only can be used. If it is desired to use the Coolidge 
Radiator type tube, the Unit can be supplied equipped with Catalog A1703 Simplex 
Stereoscopic Tubestand equipped for mounting the radiator type tube. If the purchaser 
should desire to use both the Universal and Radiator type Coolidge tubes, an attachment 
can be furnished at an additional charge of $25.00 

Note No. 2: Wherever the Fluoroscopic Tube Carriage is listed above, its price 

includes a II"xI4" Fluoroscopic Screen at $37.00. If the purchaser already has a Fluor¬ 
oscopic Screen, this amount can be deducted—and the Fluoroscopic Tube Carriage priced 
at $225.00. * 

SUMMARY 

All of the combinations above are merely suggestions, and ar e cited here¬ 
with to give an idea of the many possible adaptations of the COMFOMlt. 
Unit. It is possible to assemble many other reasonably priced compact X-Kay 
installation, for the practice of EITHER Fluoroscopy or Radiography. If none 
of the combinations above appeal to you, please write to us telling us your 
exact desires. 

Incidentally, when any of the combinations are used with an aerial 
and not a. Units, the Wappler Radiographic and Fluoroscopic Transformer and 
Control, completely described in Bulletin No. 91 (sent on request) .» 
practical. For instance, reference is made to Figure No. 4, Page 10, in which 
the Mast Unit is shown attached to the table. If the purchaser wishes to mount 
the Radiographic and Fluoroscopic Transformer on a wall shelf, J - """*"* 
the High Tension lead, directly from IT to the terminal, m the mast, thii> can 
he done, and in that way, the very useful Radiographic and Fluoroscopic Trans¬ 
former and Control utilized, and floor space conserved. 


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PRICE LIST OF COMPONENT PARTS 

OF THE 

COMPOSITE X-RAY UNIT 


Description 

Wappler Composite Tilt Table Number Six (no 
accessories are included). 

Fluoroscopic Tube Carriage (for Radiator type 
tube only) including Fluoroscopic Screen, 
Fluoroscopic Shutter, Fluoroscopic Screen 
Holder, Twin Knob Control, Bearings,—ready 
for installation. 

Composite Unit Power Plant, complete, in¬ 
cluding Radiographic and Fluoroscopic Trans¬ 
former, Control Unit, Mahogany Cabinet, High 
Tension Masts, High Tension Terminals, High 
Tension Switch, (4) Cord Reels, and Foot 
Switch with Room Light Control. (Transformer 
capac.ty 1 to 30 mdliampere^—at the equiv¬ 
alent of 3" to 5" back-up in M 2 " steps.) 

The Composite Unit Power Plant can be fur¬ 
nished without the Radiographic and Fluoroscopic 
Transformer and Foot Switch, if desired. 


Cat. No 
A1424 


Code Word 


Price 


Comtab 


* A1425 

*See Note 
No. 2— 
Page 9. 

A1426 


Flucar 


T ransuni 


Composite Combination Vertical and Horizontal Fluoroscope 

For Use with Aerial System 


Figure 4. 

The Composite Unit, an ill tint rated above, la a Combination Vortical and Horizontal 
Phtoroempe for une with thm Radiographic and Fluoroecopic Tranaformar, mounted on a 
wall nh*H or with an aerial eyetem, uelng an X-Ray machine ae ite power eource. SEE 
COMBINATION No. 4—PACE TEN AND SUMMARY PAGE NINE. 


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PRIQE SHEE 


Maroh 2 1925. The following are the current prices for | * 
apparatus described in Bulletin No. 9&. (These supersede £ 
the prices issued August 1924-.) 





CATALOG 

NUMBER 


DESCRIPTION" 


CODE 

WORD 


PRICE 


1 & IP™ 

n ^ 


XaG 

n'> 


A. 14-24- Co in po site Unit, only 
A.14-25 Fluoroscopic Tube Carriage 
A.14-26 Composite Power Plant 
A, 14-35 Fluoroscopic Power Plant 
A. 1^36 Radiographic Power Plant 
A.lSOS Mast Unit 

A. 1702? Simplex tubestand for mounting 
Universal Tube not including 
lead glass shield or rails 
A.1703 Simplex Tubestand as above but 
for mounting Radiator Tube 
A.1704 Attachment for mounting Radiator 
tube to tubestand 

A .1705 Attachment for mounting Univer¬ 
sal tube to tubestand 
A.14-32 Rail Unit 

A.1^33 Stereoscopic Counter Balanced 
Plate Changer 
A. 14-31 Shoulder Rest 
A.IBoS Fluoroscopic Screen lixin- 
A*1520d Radiator Coclidge Tube, 10 ka. 
A.1520c Radiator Coclidge Tube, 30 Ma. 
A.1521a Lead Glass Tube Shield for Radi 
ator Tube (clear glass; 

A.-1521o Lead Glass The. Shield (Opaque 
black gla3S for Fluoroscopy; 


All prices arc F.O.B. Long Island City, 
change without notice. 


Taoom $4-50.00 \ < 

Flue a 262.OOI 

575.00 n>d^ 

525.00 s fey 4 

550.00I hM. 
110.001 ay t #* 

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250-00 Shi 

250.00 | "i'- ..*^1 


Tranu 

Fluni 

Radun 

Regma 


Simta 

Radta 

Simad 


Simun 

Railu 

Copla 

Shoco 

Sirus 

Coron 

Corte 

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tection against electrical shock). 

Third: .Protection against the nitrou* fume* and vitiated X-Ray air 
from the teuninals of the tube. 7 

The Wappler Deep Therapy Safety Tube Holder and Table i* a mo.t interest 
ing development. The table iUelf it 8^' long, 4 7 wide and i* made principally 
of wood. Thi» wooden construction poueuei highly insulating qual tie* Tli 
table provides for the comfort of the patient under the prolonged period* necessi* 
tated by the massive X-Ray dosage techniques. It is completely ■ ’ 

Catalog Bulletin No. 99, and in that bulletin it is shown that the three necess D 
factors of protection, outlined above, are provided. It is our serious r. 
mendation that the purchaser of the DUPLEX Model, who is going to practice 
massive X-Ray dosage, include this equipment in his accessory equipment 

The Wappler Remote Control Sphere Gap is not illustrated in this Bulletin 
It is, however, a precision instrument for accurately measuring high tension 
voltages as used with and applied to the X-Ray tube. It is designed in acco d 
ance with specification, of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers—for 
an instrument of this kind, and embodies such modification, a, it. use in con 
nection with X-Ray make necessary. It also should be made . .. 

"lent of the DUPLEX Model. It is described in detail in Catalog BulletinV^^ 

DUPI FX°M dT n ~ y ° Ur atten . t,0n ■* draw n to ‘he fact that with the Wapple^ 
DUPLEX Model a, a power plant—a complete installation for the practic^ of 
all kind, of Radmgraphy, Fluoroscopy and Deep X-Ray Therapy can be made— 
easily—,n a total Boor space of 300 to 400 square feet. It provide. thTmo^ 
compact and complete installation of this kind possible. 

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SHOWROOMS 

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WAPPLER DUPLEX MODEL 

ROENTGEN RAY MACHINE 

In answer to an insistent demand for an intermediate tvne of n tl 
A pparatus the Wappler Electric Company has, after many month. “If intensive 
experiment and research, placed on the market the Wappler Dl IPI pv w . , 
It successfully fills the expressed need of the Roentgenologist and H .^° de1 ' 
qmring an apparatus which will enable them to practice Mas : 1 ^ re ' 

„P ,, , 206,000 p.ak vol. limit, ,„d ,h. tal k * Py 

of a full Radiographic and Fluoroscopic range. It combine* in ik * Capaclty 
an ample capacity for Radiography, Fluoroscopy and Theraov 6 T* apparatU8 

p..k von lip,!, ,h,„ „, ed „ paci r; of"”'„r p D * “ 6 -°°° 

Coolidge X-Ray Tube). Present Deep Therapy 

CAPACITY: The maximum spark gap between points is 16 " for 20fi non 

peak volts, American Institute of Electrical F ’ 

Gap rating). Its milliamperage capacity at this mavi l ng ‘ n ® er8 Sphere 

to excite the High Voltage tube to its maximum rated c^aTity iTrLVo^ “iT 
capacity, on an adequate alternating current supply H ne ; 8 " Radlo 8 ra P h ^ 

maximum of 70 milliamperes at a 6" back-up U is diffi . a PPr°x.mate 

Radiographic capacity beyond this high voltage. It may^be sU^TT^ “ 
that the Radiographic capacity of the DUPLEX Model U ^ ’ owever > 

fiopod ,b„v. if a fob. „„,d be foundtoftL Und.h. ' 0 " "r* d 
for .ulilici.nt time to properly read the meter, ' " V ° of »”* r 8y 

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gure on Page 3 illustrates quite clearly the DUPLEX 
Model construction. The doors have k , tA 

the entire mechanism is revealed The *e been removed and 

also shown at the side oHhecabJt P3r ' rCm ° te C ° ntr01 ^t^board is 

illustrates the DUPLEX Mode”, U," it^ cabiLt^h* 8 "’ ° f ^ Cata, ° g Bu,letin . 
with or without cabinet. If the calet i' not TT*" , Can f-nished 
on the prices quoted. * “ '* nt>t furnished . a * allowance is made 

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incho*. I, i. regulatrd „ th . , id . ff'tbf‘fbLfby ‘" J , ■' e *' ib '* l ' d “ 
trated. Two Milli.mp.r.m.t.r. a Coolida A V T"* C ' , " ,ro1 ’ “ Hl «- 

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OO. Motor Switch X uf tL "' C “‘o ry *”“ Cb "- • Uch *• “» Synchro.- 
and Auto>Tran.former Control ’ Fol * r '‘ y Rboo.tat Control 

tboir T pri°„fr”fd|f “?° r "” r, „T r r8i ” d ,r ° m ,b ' —R'y having 

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Segment. «t right : t her t l ar ® tWO Pmrt P h *ral Rectifier, having Collecting 

.dual contact wilh ^I h r T °* Cr °"‘ Th ~ e 8 **™"‘ 8 ■»•*» 

W.ppU, p.,. nt „ d Brush"*Holjlcr^C*"* "“l- T™'i !^ ^ m ° Unted in th ° 

*tl|s of |L. upl ’ which take up the arc on the 

'■•Hf to it. Ion T Ijr***" 1 '"* * h " burnin « of the brush and adding mate- 
i • an usefulness. It is noteworthy that this type of recti- 
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Figure Two 

WAPPLER ACCESSORY EQUIPMENT USEFUL WITH THE DUPLEX MODEL 

The DUPLEX Model, as described in the preceding pages, supplies High 
Tension Current sufficient for Radiography, Fluoroscopy and Deep X-Ray 
Therapy. With these facts in mind, we have illustrated on this page, 
and on the following, two Wappler Accessory Equipments which are extremely 
useful with the DUPLEX Model. 

It must be emphasized that these equipments illustrate only two possible 
combinations with the Duplex Model. There are many others, which are de¬ 
scribed in Catalog Bulletins No. 98—Composite X-Ray Unit; No. 94—Number 
Four Horizontal Stereoscopic Radiographic and Fluoroscopic Table; No. 99— 
Deep Therapy Transformer and Rectifier; No. 93—Vertical Plate Changer; No. 
97 and No. 101—Vertical Fluoroscopes, etc. 

Figure 2 above illustrates the Composite Unit in a combination capable of 
Stereoscopic Radiography, and Fluoroscopy,—in the Vertical, Horizontal, Tren- 
delenberg and all intermediate positions. It is assembled for use with an aerial 
system, which can, in turn, be connected with the DUPLEX Model Roentgen 
Ray Machine. The illustration shows a most compact combination—a Radio- 
graphic and Fluoroscopic outfit,—one which we can recommend for use with 
the DUPLEX Model. 

To those operators who prefer a separate Horizontal Fluoroscope and 
Stereoscopic Radiographic Table, and a separate Vertical Fluoroscope and 
Vertical Plate Changer, we recommend the Wappler Number Four Table, the 
Wappler Vertical Plate Changer and either the Wappler Junior or Senior Vertical 
Fluoroscopes. 

On Page 6, Figure 3 illustrates the Wappler Deep Therapy Safety Tube 
Holder and Table which provides the only safe and proper method of mounting 
•h* D'»[i X-Ray Therapy Tube. It overcomes the three principal factors which 
Kara to be considered when using massive X-Ray dosages. 

These are: 

first: Protection against the highly penetrating X-rays. 

ond: Protection against the high voltages used, (otherwise pro- 




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Composite Unit—Complete—For use with Aerial System 


WAPPLER ACCESSORY 


USEFUL WITH THE DUPLEX MODEL 


and on the following, two Wappler Accessorv Eauinmo t i . , on t * 118 P a 8 e » 
useful with the DUPLEX ModeL V tqu,pment8 which are extremely 

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Stereoscope M Y* tr * te * £ e Composite Unit in a combination capable of 

ddenber^ and ^ g, i aphy ’ J and Flu .° rosco Py<— in th « Vertical, Horizontal, Tren- 
system which P° 8,tlon *- It is assembled for use with an aerial 

FUty Machine The ni,f ?“**• b ® C ,° nnected w,th *e DUPLEX Model Roentgen 
«?ra D hic anrt PI illustration shows a most compact combination — a Radio- 

the DUPLEX Modd* C ° P,C ° Ut ^ t ’ one w k* c k we can recommend for use with 

StereI*°cn t n , : 0 * e R °ei Perat ° r u. W *L° Prefer a separate Horizontal Fluoroscope and 
VeS pu Radl °8r'-aph.c Table, and a separate Vertical Fluoroscope and 
Wappler vZtie.ln *>”>*?* recom J ne " d the Wappler Number Four Table, the 
Fluoroscope* * * Changer and either the Wappler Junior or Senior Vertical 

Holderu’ 3 illustrates the Wappler Deep Therapy Safety Tube 

the Deen Y p* ‘ P^ o r ide ‘ t * le on * y 8a ^ e and proper method of mounting 

have *, l * y . | le 1“Py ^ube. It overcomes the three principal factors which 
have t^ be cons.dered when using massive X-Ray dosages, 
these are: 

First: Protection against the highly penetrating X-rays. 

econi . I rotection against the high voltages used, (otherwise pro- 


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Cat. No. Description 

A1134 Wappler DUPLEX Model, 220 volts, 60 cycles 

A. C^JjtncIuding cabinet, complete switchboard as 
described herein. Volt meter, two Milliamperem- 
eters, Coolidge Ammeter, Coolidge Filament Trans¬ 
former and Control, Kilo-Volt Meter and Point to 
Point direct reading Spark Gap, calibrated in inches 
A1I35 Wappler DUPLEX Model, 220 volts, 25 cycles 

A. C., complete as with Catalog No. A-1134 
A1136 Wappler DUPLEX Model, 220 volts D. C., complete 
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Shipping Wright 3000 lb®, 

f (jjfftot Du pint Model, (including motors), 82" wld®, 30" d®®p, 92 high, 
dipping Weight 3200 lbs. 


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GENERAL OFFICES AND FACTORY SHOW ROOMS 

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The WAPPLER SENIOR VERTICAL FLUOROSCOPE 

and 

VERTICAL FLUOROSCOPIC UNIT 

The Wappler Senior Vertical Fluoroscope incorporates features which make the practice 
of Vertical Fluoroscopy a safe, easy and efficient procedure. The apparatus is particularly 
valuable for chest and gastro-intestinal examinations. It has been designed with the one 
object in view of providing the roentgenologist and the internist with the best possible 
apparatus for a quick and accurate fluoroscopic X-Ray examination of patients in the 
upright position. 

CONSTRUCTION: The entire apparatus is mounted, as will be noted in Figures One and 
Two, on an iron base. Tljis base is strong and substantial and of 
ample strength to give the very necessary rigidity so essential in an apparatus of this kind. 
Particular attention is called to the exclusive feature of the movable seat attached to the 
front panel holding frame of the Vertical Fluoroscope. This feature is illustrated in both 
Figures One and Two. It can be adjusted to any height and is extremely convenient when 
examining children, (so that the child can be raised to the level of the operator's eyes 
when in a standing position), and when examining patients who are not able to stand. 

THE WAPPLER METAL: The Wappler Metal Trochoscope Drum is a new development in 
TROCHOSCOPE DRUM: Trochoscope (Tube) Box construction. It is made of sheet 

metal lined with lead. This type of construction affords a 
maximum protection for the operator during fluoroscopic examination. It is provided with 
two ventilating ports, one at each end. It has a large door which is easily opened and 
closed, and which permits ready access to the tube. The X-Ray tube itself (either the 
Radiator type or Universal Coolidge or Gas Tube can be used) is mounted on a separate unit 
which slides into the drum most easily. The drum is 35" in length and 13” in diameter. 

It will be noted by reference to Figure 2, Page 4, that in that particular combination 
the Senior Vertical Fluoroscope is used with the Wappler Radiographic and Fluoroscopic 
Control Unit, described in detail in Catalog Bulletin No. 91. When used in this manner the 
insulators are placed at the bottom of the Trochoscope Drum for connection to the Trans- 
ormer, which is set in a receptacle provided for it in the base of the Vertical Fluoroscope. 
If, however, the Fluoroscope is to be used with the Wappler Coronaless Aerial System, the 
insulators can be very easily reversed so that they are at the top of the drum. 

HnVnFP^ am^ IC »ow REEN The Fluorosc °P ic Shutter and Twin Knob Control as well as 
AND ARM: the Fluoroscopic Screen Holder and Arm are all mounted on 

a carriage which in turn is mounted on two nickel-plated side 
pporting rods. This carriage moves easily, and is perfectly counter-balanced. All 
hearing, are ball bearings, reducing friction to a minimum. The entire operating mechanism 
covered by a mahogany finished front panel; as illustrated in Figure 1, Page 3. 

h F, ^ oro * copic Screen is mounted in an aluminum screen holder and is protected by 

• Y ** . ****** holder is an Integral part of the Trochoscope Box and moves in 

and °»K W f n V thu * thc centet * of the screen is always directly opposite the tube target, 
tc/) | p, 1 ° f 8 screen, H"xl4", is the approximate maximum side of the Fluoro- 

fhe XP '* r71ax ' rnum c * n he reduced to an absolute minimum—to a point where 

mn ur y r n, ‘ r ‘ > ly cut off by the use of the Twin Knob Shutter Control, which is 
f(| " / ?, *" * rm ’ fa * W|11 be °hvlous from reference to Figure 1), which is attached to 

Hlatmni ^arriags and Trochoscope Box. The Shutter Control is placed at the same 
ont panel as the screen itself,—which makes for ease in dark room 
»t the left hand of the operator, and Is used not only as the shutter 
e a handle for moving the Screen Holder and Trochoscope Box (In 
orlzontally and laterally. 

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DIMENSIONS: The Wappler Senior Fluoroscope occupies a floor space of 42"x42" and 

stands 84" high. Its tube has a vertical range of from 39" to 62" above 
the floor when used with a Coronaless Aerial System. When used with the Transformer 
set in the base, as indicated in Figure 2, Page 4, it has a range of 45" to 62" above the 
floor. The lateral range is 7Va"- The floor space needed will be slightly increased if the 
Radiographic and Fluoroscopic Control Unit, as illustrated in Figure 2, Page 4, is used. 

VERTICAL The Senior Vertical Fluoroscope, as illustrated in Figure 2, 

FLUOROSCOPIC UNIT: Page 4, is combined with the Wappler Radiographic and Fluoro¬ 
scopic Transformer and Control Unit, as described in Catalog 
Bulletin No. 91. This combination—which makes the Senior Vertical Fluoroscopic Unit — 
is a most satisfactory and efficient combination for use with the Self-Rectifying Coolidge 
Tube. 

The Radiographic and Fluoroscopic Transformer and Control Unit is of the usual 
Wappler high standard, and is absolutely efficient both electrically and mechanically. For 
detailed description of it see Catalog Bulletin No. 91. 


USED 
AERIAL SYSTEM 

Universal Coolidge 


The Wappler Senior Vertical Fluoroscope when used with the Wappler 
Aerial System is constructed as illustrated in Figure 1, 
utilizes all types of X-Ray Tubes—Self-Rectifying and 


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Fig . N °. Description ■ p art of 

5o 125 K.V. Mica Wall Insulator Assembly for 24".. Fig. 21. 

55 Same as above but for 30"... p ig 

55 Same as above but for 36". pj g 2 \ 

56 Mica Insulator for 24". 2 f 

56 Same as above but for 30". pj g 21 

56 Same as above but for 36". p ig 21 

Inner Tube for 24", 30" and 36" Wall Insulator Fig. 21, Fig. 37, Fig. 55, Fig. 61. 

125 K.V. Wall Insulator Board. pj g 2 j 

J25 K.V. Wall Insulator Clamp. pj g 2 j 

200 K.V. Mica Wall Insulator Assembly for 24".. Fig. 37. 

60 Same as above but for 30". p- 37 

60 Same as above but for 36". Fig. 37. 

200 K < Wall Insulator Hoard. Fig. 37 

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Over Twenty-Seven Years of Satisfied Users 


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Qeneral Offices and Factovy : 

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VVARRLER X-RAY AERIAL SYSTEM 


Fig. I, below, illustrates part of a Wappler Three-Line X-Rav a • , o 
125 peak Kilovolts. Aer.al System 


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The items comprising the above are: 


1— A. 1607 

Aerial Hanger (Mahogany Finish) 



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Aerial Tubing Supports (for horizontal connection) 



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apparatus via aerial hanger and Four-Line 125 Kilovolt throw-over switch. 


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In the above schematic drawing, fig. 3, a typical three-line 125 Kilovolt aerial installation is 
shown. The tubing is shown with equal spacing for clearness. The conductors lead from the 
machine at the left, through a wall and one hanger to a switch. From this, two tiers of conductors 
lead to a double-deck hanger; the lower tier terminates at a point? convenient to one apparatus 
while the upper tier continues towards the location of another apparatus. 


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SIZE OF TUBING 


Extensive laboratory research and practical 
tests—in which the elimination of corona, the 
minimizing of electrical capacity (condenser 
effect) and other high tension phenomena were 
given proper consideration—have shown that the 


use of % tubing results in the highest general 
efficiency; therefore, this size has been adopted 
and the standard parts described in this bulletin 
conform to that size. This is furnished in 
standard 5 ft. lengths. 


INSULATORS 


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The Insulators of the Tubing Supports are 
high grade Electrose corrugated to present the 
longest path against surface leakage. This form 


TUBING 


The Tubing Holders attached to the insula¬ 
tors are of copper finished metal. They are 
constructed in two parts which, when fitted to¬ 
gether, clamp the tubing with a firm contact in 
the required position. These tubing holders are 
eliptical in shape and are furnished in two 
styles: fig. 39 accommodates tubing installed in 


also tends to prevent dust settling on the under 
part of each corrugation. 


HOLDERS 


a horizontal plane only; fig. 40 to hold tubing 
vertical, or vertical and horizontal. While high 
tension conditions require bends in tubing rather 
than abrupt corners, the design of these tubing 
holders is such that they may be used as straight- 
through supports, straight-through connectors, or 
right angle connectors—all without soldering. 


AERIAL HANGERS 


Wappler Aerial Hangers are made of hard 
wood, stained and finished in mahogany. Each 
hanger consists of two flat horizontal members, 
two round vertical members with studs, washers 
and nuts to clamp them tightly together. These 
vertical hangers are 1%" in diameter and 30" 
long, and are made to fit in holes bored in the 
horizontal members. Thus in making installa¬ 
tion, any length less than the maximum length 
of 30' may be obtained readily by sliding the 
vertical member through the holes in one of 
the horizontal members and cutting off to the 
required length. The bolts fasten them securely 
in position. ' 

One horizontal member measures 23" long 
and is intended to be the upper hanger to be 
fastened to the ceiling. The other horizontal 
hanger is 33" long and is intended to be the 
hanK ' :r> fn ,hi ‘’ there are three holes of 
7s" diameter, two of which are placed 314" 
apart and the third 2 ()’Yt from the second. 

* rr f,,r accommodation of 

the % studs which hold the tubing supports. 


These hangers therefore may be used convenient¬ 
ly either for a two-line or a three-line Coolidge 
System. If different spacing is required for a 
three-line Gas tube system or a four-line Gas 
and Coolidge system, additional holes may be 
readily drilled during the work of installation. 

The Aerial Hangers equipped with tubing 
supports are not listed complete because of the 
large number of listings required. When order¬ 
ing material for an aerial installation the num¬ 
ber of hangers required should be ordered, and 
also a separate item with the total number of 
tubing supports and other items. The tubing 
supports—Cat. No. A. 1608, Cat. No. A.1762, 
Cat. No. A. 1778 and Cat. No. A. 1779—include 
%" bolts and washers for fastening to the aerial 
hanger. If double deck construction is required, 
for which one tubing support is to be mounted 
opposite another on both sides of the lower 
member of the aerial hanger, a %"-16 
thread 2% " long—Cat. No. A. 1609—should be 
ordered for each pair of tubing supports in¬ 
stalled in this manner. 


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When the conditions of installation necessi¬ 
tate Tee Connections in the aerial tubing, the 
split tee connector, page 7, fig. 18, may be used. 
This connector is similar to the tubing holders, 

fig. 39, page 10, except that it is not equipped j 

with threads for attaching an insulator or other 
support. I 

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METER SUPPORTS 


Whenever it is necessary to install meters in 
the aerial system, it is recommended on voltages 
up to 125 Kilovolt to use the meter support and 
trunnion, fig. 26, which can be furnished for 

either a 7" or a 9" meter. This may be at¬ 
tached to the aerial hangers or ceiling boards. 

For 200 Kilovolt installations the meter support 
should be fig. 30. 

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WALL INSULATORS 



A very important part of an aerial installation 
is the means of conveying the High Tension 
current through a wall or partition without leak¬ 
age or danger. The Wappler Wall Insulators are 
ot tire highest grade micanite. For installations 
up to 125 Kilovolt the insulator consists of a 
micanite tube, 114" in diameter with a %" hole 
through which the metal conducting rod passes. 
In installing these insulators, it is. recommended 
to make a hole in the wall at least an inch in 
diameter larger than the insulator, leaving an air 
space between the insulator and the periphery 
of the hole. The insulators are held in the 
center of the hole by means of two wall insula¬ 
tor boards, fig 58, page 11, slipped over the 
insulator and which serve to cover the edges of 
the holes. These boards grip the wall by means 
of pressure exerted by wall insulator clamps, 
"6* Page 11, on both sides. 

For 200 Kilovolt installations a wall insulator 
ot the same general character, but with an extra 


petticoated mica sleeve, fig. 60, page 11, is used. 
Both wall insulators are furnished in three stan¬ 
dard sizes, the lengths of the mica insulation 
being 24", 30" and 36". 

For the sake of economy, it is customary to 
use only two wall insulators. If a three-line sys¬ 
tem is used the two connections from the cathode 
lines may be made conveniently to both ends 
of one wall insulator. In doing so, one cathode 
line connects direct to the tubing holder of the 
wall insulator. The other cathode line may be 
connected to a wire drawn through the wall 
insulator and emerging from one of the right 
angle holes in the tubing holder at the end of 
the wall insulator. This wire may be connected 
to the cathode line by soldering the wire into 
the Coolidge wire connector, fig. 19. This in 
turn may be gripped by a tubing holder at¬ 
tached to a tubing support, fig. 8 or fig. 9, or 
held by a split tee connector, fig. 18, page 7. 


TWO-LINE SYSTEM 


In a two-1,ne aerial system, it is necessary for 

t .‘I!- te [- rawn throu K h one line of tubing 
> that this tubing and its contained wire is used 
‘ e cathode circuit. It is recommended that 
a standard insulated wire, such as No. 14 rubber 

Wl r a * r cfJ , in electric lighting, should 
-are should be exercised in bringing 
0Nt to *he encapsulated reels and other 
inn tiona. The tubing holders, fig. 39 and 


fig. 40, used with the tubing supports are admir-® 
ably adapted for this purpose. If possible, it 
should be arranged to place a hanger equipped 
with tubing supports near to the location of the 
reels. On the cathode line close to a tubing 
support the adapter, fig. 16, may be fastened to 
the tubing by means of the reel connector, fig. 

12. Two encapsulated reels should be fastened 
to the adapter. One of them is electrically con- 


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an insulator or other 


nected to the tubing; the other should be con¬ 
nected to the wire which may emerge from one 
hole of the tubing holder and attached to the 
^ubing support. The tubing at this point may 
be cut, the two parts being held by the tubing 
holder and the provision is thus made for the 
wire to be drawn out. 

When drawing up a list of aerial material, it 
is recommended that a rough sketch of the in¬ 


stallation be made and a list of the material 
made on each component part and checked over 
from the items listed in this bulletin. 

We are always willing to co-operate in de¬ 
signing aerial installations. If sketches of the 
room with surrounding conditions and proposed 
position of the apparatus be sent us, we are 
willing to send a blueprint showing proposed 
lay-out, aerial system and list of pans required. 


r. This may be at- 
rs or ceiling boards, 
ns the meter support 


WAPPLER ENCAPSULATED REEL 


60, page 11, is used, 
tished in three stan- 
the mica insulation 


it is customary to 
If a three-line sys- 
s from the cathode 
itly to both ends 
ig so, one cathode 
Ding holder of the 
hode line may be 
through the wall 
one of the right 
der at the end of 
may be connected 
ing the wire into 
fig. 19. This in 
tubing holder at- 
:g. 8 or fig. 9, or 
fig. 18, page 7. 


The Wappler Encapsulated Reel embodies all the features 
necessary to give satisfaction in a cord reel. The cord itself is 
covered and is very flexible. The spring tension may he ad¬ 
justed by turning the housing. This housing is of aluminum. 
The cord connector may be hooked to the anode end of an 
X-ray Tube, or by unscrewing the hook the cord may be 
screwed on to an 8-32 thread of a Wappler Cathode connection 
or “Snapiton” connector. 

The Encapsulated Reel is attached to the aerial system by 
the %"-20 thread being screwed into the reel connector A. 1611, 
or into the bottom of tubing holders, fig. 39 or fig. 40. 




Fig. 5 


Fig. 6 illustrates a convenient 
method of attaching meters to the 
®herial banger when meters are re¬ 
quired in the aerial system. This 
consists of one Cat. No. A. 1607 
Aerial Hanger and Cat. No. 
A. 1775 insulator with trunnions 
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ILLUSTRATED LIST OF AERIAL SYSTEM 


For voltages not exceeding 125 K.V, 



Fig. No. Description 

7 Aerial Hanger 

Cat. No. 

Code ITord 

Aehag 

0 

Q 

tubing Support (for horizontal connection) . 


10 

ubing Support (for vertical connection) . . . 

Tubing (5 ft. lengths) .. . 


Aepos 

Aetub 

11 

TO 

Tubing Bend (6 in. radius) . . 


Aelen ^ 


Keel Connector 


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Terminal Ball . . 


Aerel 

14 

15 

Tubing Connector . . 

Encapsulated Reel . 

... A.1610 

Aebal 

Aelic 


Adapter for twin reels 


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Thread (to connect two tubing supports).... 


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22 

23 

24 


26 


For voltages not exceeding 125 K.V. 

Description 

Coolidge Wire Connector. A. 

Aerial Switch . ; ../ • A 

Wall Insulator, complete with two Fig. 40 Tubing Holders, one fig. 

58 Wall Insulator Board, one Fig. 59 Wall Insulator Clamp. 

one Fig. 55 Mica Insulator, for 24". ^ 

Same as above but for 30". 

Same as above but for 36". . . ••••* A.17iU 

Tubing Support for direct ceiling attachment ( Order Fig. 8 or 9 ana 

required Ceiling Boards, Figs. 23, 24 or 25). 1779 

Ceiling Board for Mounting 1 lulling support... ;••• 'S'rTL 

Ceiling Board for mounting 2 tubing supports (for two-line aerials ) 


Cat. No. 
1767 
1612 


.1768 


“riling Board for Mounting 3 meter supports. 

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V.1791 
A.1774 


Ceiling Board for three-line: aerial (spaced 26% and A‘A) . 

Meter support for 7" meter. ' * 


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above but for 9" meter. 


A.1776 


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For 200 Kilovolt Aerials 


Fig. No. 

27 

28 

29 

30 

30 

31 

32 


Description 


33 

34 

35 

36 


D.T. Aerial Hanger . 

D.T. Tubing Support with Horizontal Tubing Holder. 

D.T. Tubing Support with Vertical Tubing Holder..’ 

D.T. meter support for 7" meter. . [ [ 

Same as above but for 9“ meter. 

Fair of Duplex High Tension Switches. 

D.T. Meter Assembly (use Fig. 30 meter supports attached, to Fig. 

/> (veiling Hoard nr Fig. 21 D.T. Aerial Hanger ). 

D.r. Ceiling Hoard for one D.T. Tubing Support. 

^ * Ceiling Hoard for three D.T. Tubing Supports...-. 

D.r. Ceiling Board for two D.T. Tubing Supports. 

Ceiling Hoard for three Fig. 30 Meter Supports 
meters on the same polarity) 


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A. 1778 

Aehor 

A. 1779 

Aever 

A. 1780 

Aedse £ 

A. 1781 

Aedni 

A. 1709 

Aesec 

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Aemuf 

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A.1784 

Aebef 

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37 Pair D.T. Wall Insulators, complete with four Fig. 40 Tubing Hold¬ 
ers, two Fig. 61 Wall Insulator Boards, two Fig. 60 Mica Wall 

Insulators for 24". A. 1787 Aefin 

37 Same as above but for 30". A. 1788 Aetet 

37 Same as above but for 36". A. 1789 Aesix 

38 Hanging Support for Cat. No. A. 1122 Sphere Gap. A. 1790 Aegap 

COMPONENT PARTS 

While the items listed on pages 8, 9, 10 and 11 are complete, it may be necessary, due to loss or 
damage, to requisition parts of those items. Some of the component parts are therefore listed for 
convenience. 


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Tubing Holder, Horizontal. Fig. 

Tubing Holder, Vertical. Fig. 

No. 2 Insulator. Fig. 

No. 5 Insulator. Fig. 

Cap Screw and Washer.Fig. 

Screw Thread for attaching Tubing Holders.Fig. 

Trunnion for 7" meter. Fig. 

Trunnion for 9" meter. Fig. 

Cap Screw for Trunnion . Fig. 

Fibre Washer . Fig. 

Switch Frame Assembly .. Fig. 

Wooden Switch Frame . Fig. 

Common Contact Shoe . Fig, 

Branch Contact Shoe . Fig. 

Contact Arm Assembly . Fig. 

Switch Bracket .. Fig. 

No, 11 Insulator .. Fig 


Part of 

8 , Fig. 22, Fig. 28. 

9, Fig. 21, Fig. 29, Fig. 37. 

8 , Fig. 9, Fig. 22. 

26. 

8 , Fig. 9, Fig. 22, Fig. 26, Fig. 28. 
Fig. 29, Fig. 30, Fig. 32. 

8 , Fig. 9, Fig. 22, Fig. 28, Fig. 29. 
26, Fig. 30, Fig. 32. 

26, Fig. 30, Fig. 32. 

26, Fig. 30, Fig. 32. 

8 , Fig. 9, Fig. 21, Fig. 22, Fig. 28, 
Fig. 29, Fig. 37, Fig. 55, Fig. 61. 

20 . 

20, Fig. 48. 

20, Fig. 31, Fig. 48. 

20, Fig. 31, Fig. 48. 

20, Fig. 48. 

20, Fig. 31. 

28, Fig. 29, Fig. 30, Fig. 32. 


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Cat. No. 


Description 


A-1313 Wappler Senior Den¬ 
tal X-Ray Unit, not includ¬ 
ing tube or shield or timer 
(SO cycles A.C.) Densen 

A-1314 Attachment for hold¬ 
ing 10 or 30 milliampere, 

5" hack-up, self-rectifying 
Coolidge tube Bedtu 

A-1520f Dental Radiator Cool¬ 
idge Tube fright angle 
type; Codona 

A -1521 b Lead Class Shield 

Dental right angle tube Codlige 
A-I #72 Aluminum Cone (for ./ 
Dental Tube Shield) Drcone 

A- 1820d Radiator type Cool- ^ 
idge tube, 10 milliampere, 5" 
back-tip 


Code Price 
Word 




125 

25 


. 90 


125 


Cat. No. Description toae 

Word 

A-1520e Radiator type Cool¬ 
idge tube 30 milliampere, 5" 
back-up Coromen $125 

A-1521a Lead Glass Shield 
for tubes A-1520d and 
A-1520e Corlige 25 

A-1307 Rotary converter 110 _ 

volts, direct current, for use / Q O' 

up to 10 milliamperes Radrod 'lZS" 

A-1804 Rotary converter 110 
volts, direct current, for use 
up to 30 milliamperes Conthir 250 

A-1804a Rotary converter 220 
volts, direct current, for use 
up to 30 milliamperes Contretu 250 

A-1570 Wappler Automatic 
Dental Time Switch for 10 
ma. Dentimo 


orona 

ordering a Wappl r r Senior Dental Unit, specific data should be given u_ 
as to what currant tha machlna Is to lie used on, and whether the Dental rig Tit angle 
'iha or tha 10 or 30 milliampere 5" tuba or both are to he used. 

An charge is made for alternating current machines to he operated on any 

*«h.r than *10 


Wapplet" Senior 
Dental Unit 
$ 82S.0 V~ 

110 Volts AC 
60 Cycles 
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SENIOR 

DENTAL X-RAY UNIT 


“OVER TWENTY-SIX YEARS OF SATISFIED USERS” 


WAPPLER ELECTRIC 

General Offices and Factory: 

LONG ISLAND CITY, N. Y. U. S. A. 


COMPANY, Inc. 

Show Rooms: 

173 E. 87 ST., NEW YORK 


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THE WAPPLER SENIOR 

dental x-ray unit 


The Wappler Senior Dental X-Ray Unit is a perfected apparatus for the making of 
nerfect Dental Radiograms. This apparatus was designed to make possible the greatest 
ease in positioning the Dental X-Ray tube, and to obtain both intra- and extra-oral 
radiograms with a minimum expenditure of time—with the maximum protection for both 
patient and operator. 

CONVENIENCE The Wappler Dental Senior X-Ray Unit is of the type which permits the 
tube to be suspended over the head of the patient—and the machine 
itself to be placed behind the Dental or ordinary chair. The machine can also be 
placed at either side of the chair if desired. Once placed in position, it is unnecessary 
to move the machine, and every desired radiogram can be made with the machine in 
the same position. The tube arm folds up and is out of the way when not in use. The 
floor space required by the Wappler Senior is 19" x 27", its overall height is 7 ft. 

The mechanical development of the Wappler Senior Tubestand is far in advance 
of anything that has been offered up to the present time. The tube itself cam be 
placed in position for radiographing either the upper or lower jaw without the necessity 
of tightening, loosening or adjusting a single handle. Once in position for either 
jaw, it can be revolved so that any desired radiogram of that jaw can be taken without 
any further adjustment. The tube once placed in position holds that position until 
moved by the operator. 

It is emphasized that great convenience of manipulation is obtained by the Wappler 
feature which permits the voltage (back-up), and milliamperage to be adjusted indepen¬ 
dently of each other. 

CONTROL The Control Panel is incorporated in the top of the machine, and is so 

v arranged that all controls are most accessible and easy of operation. 

On Page Three of this bulletin we illustrate these controls. It will be noted that there 
are two meters. The lower one is the milliamperemeter and the one above it, the volt¬ 
meter. The knob shown at the right of the two meters in the illustration is an auto- 
transformer control handle. Its function is to adjust the voltage according to the required 
back-up or penetration. This is adjustable in ten steps. The voltage and back-up 
is indicated on the meter with special position set for the correct voltage for the dental 
right angle tube. The use' of as many as ten voltages enables correction to be made 
for line service conditions and provides a complete range for the use of the straight 
tube referred to later. At the left of the meters in the illustration, are shown two 
controls. One is the main “on and off” switch. On closing this switch the filament 
of the Coolidge Tube is heated, and current is delivered to the auto-transformer and 
voltmeter. Thus the operator can adjust the back-up before actually closing the X-Ray 
Switch. The other control, to the left, is the filament control handle. Its function is 
to regulate the amount of milliamperage passing through the tube. 

ANGLE REPRODUCTION In the illustration on the last page the tube is shown 

* n position for radiographing the lower incisors. It can 
be changed from this position to one suitable for radiography of the upper jaw by the 
mere sh.fting of the tube arm upwards about 6". A further interesting development in 
tnis instrument is the placing of registering dials at three points on the tube arm, which 
indicate the exact angle at which the tube is positioned. By making a record of the 
«e ting o any particular radiogram, according to these dials, the same position of the 
. b ® “ n be re P r °duced. In other words, this system of a dial registration provides 
what has been termed the “angle reproduction” method. This is a very valuable feature, 
particularly in the filling of root canals. 

CONSTRUCTION 


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The cabinet of the Wappler Senior Dental X-Ray Unit is mounted 
on a metal base or platform to which are fastened hospital-type 
castors are rubber-tired and trouble-proof. The cabinet Itself Is made 
usual Wappler standard and is beautifully finished In mahogany. 

SHUT The tubs arm la equipped with a stereoscopic shift for 
Dental radiography. This shift Is an extremely practical 
make the practice of steroecoplc dental radlngrnphy extremely simple. 

will be noted that tbs high tension wire le held away from the patient 
et all time, by means of the Insulators fastened to the top of the tubestand. 


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P superiority of an apparatus that is as wonderful in its .^. ev .j° pI ”? .trikine points 
enior Dental X-Ray Unit. We have tried to give you a.bnef , idea “* **' .T*™". 8 ireful 
f superiority. We think you owe it to yourself to give this apparatus mos 
insideration before even considering the purchase of any otber . , j e sl iffi- 

/e ask you to write to us for further detail information on any po representative 

«-ntly Clear In this description. We ask the privilege also of having entails 

,11 upon you to discuss this apparatus. We assure you that such a consultation entails 

bsolutely no obligation. 

The Wappler Electric Company, with a past record of ,T^ pnt , y 'p* t ^ el R a dio- 
stlsfi.d User.-’, offers you the finest apparatus for the production of Dental 

rams ever developed. 


At the right, and hanging at the side of the machine, is shown a hand switch. This 
Is connected to the machine with six feet of flexible cord and is the X-Ray exposure 
switch. It is of the type commonly known as a contact switch and does not actuate 
unless pressure is exerted. As soon as the pressure is released, the contact is broken. 

TIMER Consistent and uniformly good X-Ray pictures necessitate accurate timing 
of the exposures. Wliilst the equipment includes a hand switch, many dentists 
find great convenience in the use of an automatic timer. This is a small mechanism 
held in the hand and which makes contact upon pressing the thumb. The exposure 
stops automatically at the expiration of the predetermined time. If for any reason the 
current is required to be stopped before the exposure is completed, release of the thumb 
turns off the current. This timer is calibrated to a maximum of 12 seconds, in large 
divisions of 1 second each and sub-divisions of ^4 second each. 

TRANSFORMER The Wappler Senior Dental X-Ray Unit is equipped with an oil 
immersed transformer. This has a fixed ratio between the primary 
and secondary windings. The variation in secondary voltage is obtained by the varia¬ 
tion of the voltage impressed upon the primary by the auto transformer referred to in 
the description of “control”. 

The auto transformer provides ten such selected voltages. In addition, the auto 
transformer is provided with four different inlet taps to enable the unit to operate on 
75, 110, 155 or 220 volts. The change for use on one source of current or another 
is made by simply moving one wire from one terminal to another. If the source of 
supply is Direct Current, a rotary converter must be used. The 75 volt and 155 volt 
taps are used for current delivered from a rotary converter operating on 110 volts, 
D. C. or 220 volts, D. C. respectively. 

From the above description which necessarily must be brief, it should be quite clear 
that the electrical equipment of the Wappler Senior Dental X-Ray Unit is in every way 
complete, and the most efficient that can possibly be devised. 

CAPACITY In this connection, a further interesting point should be emphasized. The 
capacity of the Wappler Senior Dental X-Ray Unit is such that the 30 
milliampere, 5" self-rectifying Coolidge tube can be energized. 

The machine is so constructed that the right angle dental tube and holder, including 
the revolving goose neck, may be removed and in its stead the attachment for holding 
the straight 10 milliampere or 30 milliampere Coolidge tube may be placed on the 
tube arm. The machine can then be used to energize either the 10 milliampere or 30 
milliampere tube. 

This feature is absol¬ 
utely exclusive in the 
Wappler Senior Dental 
Unit and is made pos¬ 
sible only by the ex¬ 
clusive Wappler electri¬ 
cal design. It is a 
most important feature 
to consider when pur¬ 
chasing a machine of 
this type because, if the 
operator is called upon 
to make radiograms of 
the antrum or sinuses, 
the machine that you 
are buying, the Wapp¬ 
ler Senior, has the 
capacity for this work. 

Beyond that, it is a 
valuable feature in an 
apparatus of this kind, 
to have the capacity for 
doing practically all 
radiographic work with 
the use of the duplitized 
film and double screen 
technic. 

“THE FINEST DENTAL X-RAY UNIT EVER BUILT’ 







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Price Sheet - Page 4 - Bulletin No, 97 June, 1926 


1 


Catalog 


Code 

Price 

Number 

Description 

Word 

V. 1 

A-1457 

• 

Wappler Junior Vertical Fluoroscope with 
Formica Panel, (not including screen or 


. --*1, 

■; £ ■■; 1 


lead glass shield.) 

Flufo 

$378.00 

A-1560 

11x14 Fluoroscopic Screen. 

Fluse 

37.00 

A-1590 

Lead Glass Tube Shield, Opaque Black 



glass for 10 Ma or 30 Ma Radiator Tube. 

Blaga 

25.00 | 

A-193? 

Pair of Tube-Stem Covers. 

Slefu 

2 . 50 ] 

A-1449 

Wappler Fluoroscopic Bucky Diaphragm. 

Flubu 

37.50 

A-1805 

Radiographic & Fluoroscopic Transformer 
and Control, as described in Bulletin No. 
91 - (not including Cord Reels or Foot- 


■ ! 


Switch. ) 

Trasi 

475.00 

A-1712 

Double Coolidge Encapsulated Coronaless 




Cord Reel. 

Docap 

12.00 

A-1711 

Single Encapsulated Coronaless Cord Reel. 

Sicap 

5.50 

A-1562 

Foot Switch (resistance type) with room 


■ t 


light control. 

Romsi 

25.0O£ 1 
125.0^* , 

A-1595 

Radiator Type Coolidge Tube, 10 Ma. 

Coron 

A-1596 

Radiator Type Coolidge Tube, 30 Ma. 

Corte 

125.00 

A-1307 

Rotary Converter, 10 Ma. 110 V.D.C. 

Radro 

150.00 

A- 1804 

Rotary Converter, 3 K.V.A., 110 V.D.C. 

Coten 

250.00 

A-1613 

Rotary Converter, 3 K.V.A., 220 V.D.C. 

Contu 

250.00 


MILLS APE h 0 b. LONG ISLAND CITY, & SUBJECT TO CHANGE 


WITHOUT NOTICE 


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Twenty-Six Years of 
Satisfied Users” 


Wappler Electric Company, inc 

general Offices and Factory: 

LONG ISLAND CITY, N. Y., U. S. A. 

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UOROSCOPE 


C U R R E NT SUPPLY 


HE iWappler Junior Vertical Flu¬ 
oroscope is so constructed that it 
can be used with an Aerial Sys¬ 
tem or may be operated in con¬ 
junction with the Wappler Fluoro- 

_ scopic Transformer and Control 

(described in Bulletin No. 91)—the Transformer 


being placed within the base of the Fluoroscope, 
as shown on Page Three. Thus the Fluoroscope 
readily adapts itself to any condition. 

The use of the separate Fluoroscopic Trans¬ 
former is particularly commended as it makes 
the unit self-contained and easily located 
wherever needed. 


CONSTRUCTION 


The Wappler Vertical Fluoroscope is illus¬ 
trated on the front cover of this Bulletin, and is 
further shown as to detail back and front on 
Pages Three and Four. The latter illustrations 
show the Fluoroscope used in conjunction with 
a Fluoroscopic Transformer and Control, but it 
must be noted that the price of the Fluoroscope 
does not include this Transformer and Control 
or the Tube or Shield. 

It is designed, as is usual with all Wappler 
Apparatus, in accordance with the best prin¬ 
ciples of modern engineering. It is strong, 
simple and substantial. 

The nickel-plated side supporting rods, which 
are mounted on a cast iron base, support the 
carriage holding the 10 Ma. or 30 Ma. Radiator 
Type Coolidge Tube and Fluoroscopic Shutter 
with Twin Knob Control. This carriage moves 
easily, and is perfectly counterbalanced. All 
bearings are ball-bearing, reducing friction to 
a minimum. The entire operating mechanism 
is covered by a mahogany finished front panel; 
the metal parts are all finished in the finest 
nickel-plate, highly polished aluminum or 
baked-on black japan. 

The Fluoroscopic Screen is mounted in an 


aluminum screen holder, and is protected by 
heavy lead glass. It is an integral part of the 
tube carriage, and moves in unison with it. 
The center of the screen is always directly oppo¬ 
site the tube target and the full size of the 
screen, 11" x 14", is the approximate maximum 
size of the fluoroscopic field. This maximum 
can be reduced to an absolute minimum—to a 
point where the X-Rays are entirely cut off— 
by the use of the Twin Knob Shutter Control. 
Each of the knobs in this control can be oper¬ 
ated independently of the other, and thus slot 
openings of the orifice can be made—either a 
long vertical slot or a long horizontal slot. The 
Twin Knob Shutter Control is mounted on an 
arm which is a part of the screen and tube 
holder carriage, and is placed at the same dis¬ 
tance from the front panel as the screen itself 
for ease of manipulation in the darkened Fluoro¬ 
scopic Room. 

The Twin Knob Shutter Control is at the left 
hand of the operator, and is used not only as 
the shutter orifice control, but also as a handle 
for moving the Screen Holder and Tube (in 
unison), horizontally and laterally. 


COUNTER-WE I G H T I N G 


The liberal use of ball bearings and skilled 
workmanship gives facile movement in all direc¬ 
tions. The carriage is accurately counter- 
weighted by a weight within the rear column, 
the weight is attached to the carriage over a 

wn? PU, - Iey by mean9 . of . a STRANDED STEEL 
wIRE CABLE. It is important to note that 
stranded steel wire cable is used on elevators 
where a maximum of safety is demanded. Cable 


suspension has an advantage over chain sus¬ 
pension, in that any wear, which may take 
place after years of use, becomes manifest and 
sounds a note of warning; a cable would still 
function even though many strands might have 
been severed, whereas a chain is no stronger 
than any one small pin which holds any one 
link. Thus it is possible for a chain to snap 
without warning. 


bucky diaphr a g m 

fn order to gain the advantages of Alteration 
ot secondary rays, especially in very heavy pa- 
lent*, 13 stationary Mucky Diaphragm may be 
clipped on to the frame of the Fluoroscopic 


Screen, so that it is located between the patient 
and the screen. 

It is noteworthy that this Bucky Diaphragm is 
I'LAT, thereby enabling the patient to come as 


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as a handle 
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manifest and 
would still 
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close as possible to the screen. The Diaphragm 
is only W thick. In its construction there are 
lead strips placed vertically; the center one is 
perpendicular to the plane of the Diaphragm 
. surface. The remaining strips are inclined at 


an angle * inch increases as the strips approach 
the ends of the Diaphragm. The use of this 
Fluoroscopic Bucky Diaphragm results in a 
strikingly clear fluoroscopic image even with 
exceedingly stout patients. 


The Wappler Junior Vertical Fluoroscope 
occupies only 20" x 30" floor space, and stands 
78" high. When a Control Unit is used with 
the apparatus — as illustrated on Pages, Three 
and Four herein, additional floor space 10" x 12' 
is needed. The Control Unit is 30 high just 


right for easy manipulation of the controls, with 
the operator in either a sitting or standing 
position. The Tube Carriage has a vertical 
range of from 34" to 64" above the floor—a 
30" vertical (up and down) movement. It has- 
a lateral (or side' movement of 10”. 



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WAPPLER NUMBER FOUR TABLE 


Catalog 

Number DESCRIPTION 

A-1416 Number Four Table only with Formica Top. 

A-1440 Wappler Protective Shield Trochoscope with truck, fluoro¬ 
scopic shutter and shutter housing, with steel bars. 

A-1452 Screen Holder Arm Post, Screen Holder Frame and Twin 
Knob Shutter Control with Fluoroscopic Bucky Grid 
(not including Fluoroscopic Screen). 

A-1453 Adapting Frame to hold 11 in. x 14 in. Wappler Cassette 
for attachment to No. A-1452. 

A-1445 Screen Holder Arm Post, Screen Holder Frame, and Twin 
Knob Shutter Control (not including Fluoroscopic 
screen). 

A-1560 11 in. x 14 in. Fluoroscopic Screen. 

A-1442 Mast Unit including two Micanite Rods with Mahogany 
finished petticoats, with one single and one double En¬ 
capsulated Reels. 

A-1585 Coolidge Filament Regulator on movable pedestal. 

A-1702 Simplex Stereoscopic Tubestand, equipped with trucks for 
mounting on rails of Number Four or Number Six 
Table; equipped for mounting Universal Coolidge Tube 
(not including Lead Glass Shield or Rails). 

A-1555 Lead Glass Protective Bowl for Universal Coolidge or 
Seven Inch Gas Tubes. 


A-1703 

A-1588 

A-1450 

A-1728 

A-1708 

A-1795 

A-1419 

A-1582 

A-1583 

A-1584 

A 1451 


Simplex Stereoscopic Tubestand, equipped with trucks for 
mounting on rails of Number Four or Number Six 
Table; equipped for mounting Radiator Tube (not in¬ 
cluding Lead Glass Shield or Rails). 

Lead Glass Shield for Radiator Type Coolidge Tube. 

Side Rail Unit for Tubestand with Stay-bars for bottom 
rails. 

One Magnetic trip for Tubestand with push button and 
cables. 

Two Magnetic trips for Tubestand and Vertical Film 
Changer with push button and cables. 

Two Magnetic Trips for Tubestand and Horizontal Film 
Changer. 

Stereoscopic Film Changer including two 14 in. x 17 in 
Cassettes. 

Bucky Diaphragm with lock-bar to engage with tubestand, 
and rolling device. 

Compression Device for Bucky Diaphragm. 

"crial Stomach Multigraph with rolling device and lock, 
not including Cassettes, for use with Number Four 
J able. 

Extended Side Rail Unit for Tubestand with Stay-bars for 
bottom rads 8 ft. 8 in. long. 


Code 

Word 

Approx. 

Net 

Lbs. 

Approx. 

Shipping 

Lbs. 

Tabno 

214 

460 

Metro 

233 

522 

Srebu 

30 

• 90 

Adfra 

2 

10 

Sreho 

23 

100 

Fluse 

2 oz. 

2 

Masun 

32 

112 

Comov 

30 

110 

Simta 

185 

238 

Unbol 

9 

37 

Radta 

186 

238 

Colig 

7 

23 

Fouro 

50 

118 

Magti 

2 

5 

Magwo 

8 

12 

Mahor 

5 

9 

Tapia 

62 

140 

Buloc 

77 

205 

Combu 

6 

14 

Stomu 

51 

118 

Exral 

147 

240 


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A standardized table designed to accommo- 
date Bueky Diaphragm, Wappler Protective 
Shield Trochoscope, Tubestand, Serial Stomach 
Multigraph, and Stereoscopic Film Changer 
thus giving the user facilities for all the re’ 
quirements of horizontal Fluoroscopy and hori- 
zontai Radiography. 

The construction of the Number Four Table 
ts so standardized that the first purchase may 


othe S r St „i°e f thC f Table itS6,f with one «r “ore 
timp** P u ° f e T ul Pment necessary at that I 

required with ar |h maV be purchased ^ter as 
quireu with the assurance that thev will 

tainech y C °'° rdlnate with lh « parts first ob- 

,Obv lou sly, many combinations suggest them¬ 
selves for different classes of work. The follow 
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A-1416 N umber'"Fou^TablT’ W ° Uld C ° nS1St °f blowing component Parts: 
A-1582 Bucky Diaphragm T . ub estand 

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parts: consist ot the following component 

A-1416 Number Four Table 

A uS happier Protective Shield Trochoscope, etc. 

A !Sn n reen “ ' Arm P ° St With FIuor °scopi c Bucky Grid, etc 

A 1560 11 in. x 14 in. Fluoroscopic Screen 

A-1442 Mast Unit with Reels 

A-1585 Coolidge Filament Regulator on movable pedestal 


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A-1416 Number Four Table 

Serial Stomach Multigraph 
Wappler Protective Shield Trochoscope, etc 
Screen Holder Arm Post, etc. 

11 in. x 14 in. Fluoroscopic Screen 
Mast Unit with Reels 
Stereoscopic Tubestand 
Side Rail Unit for Tubestand 
Lead Glass Protective Bowl 


A-1584 

A-1440 

A-1445 

A-1560 

A-1442 

A-1702 

A-1450 

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WAPPLER NUMBER FOUR. TABLE 


WAPPLER NUMBER FOUR TABLE 


r 1 able itself, without accessory appara¬ 

tus, is very substantially constructed. A heavy 
wooden frame at each end comprises the main 
supports. Between them are two heavy round 
steel bars near the feet and two substantial 
nat bars near the top. Two substantial round 
steel bars are placed transversely across the 
wooden frames where the flat bars terminate; 

bars serve as lengthwise members for 
the table and also as runners or rails to ac¬ 
commodate the Bucky Diaphragm, Serial 
..tomach Plate Changer or Stereoscopic Film 
Changer.' The height of the Table is 30 in. 

An outstanding feature of the Wappler Num- 
her Four Table is the polished black Formica 
top. This top consists of a single panel of 
sheet Formica 85 in. long by 27 in. wide by 
tk in. thick, mounted upon a steel frame. 


° f Us Formlca Panel is justified by 
its many advantages over wood or other 
material in that, it is strong, does not warp 
or crack offers minimum resistance to the pas- 
sage of X-Rays may be readily cleaned with 
boiling water, does not scratch easUy, is not 
chilly to the touch, and presents a lasting hand¬ 
some appearance. This top with its steel frame 
rests upon the top of the wooden supports; 
bemg held m place by four pegs, it may be 
readily lifted on or off without the use of tools 
of any kind. The sides of the frame are drilled 
with holes intended to accommodate the Com¬ 
pression Device, No. A-1583, which may be used 
with or without the Bucky Diaphragm. Inside 
the ends of the frame are rubber bumpers in¬ 
tended for stops for the Bucky Diaphragm or 
Serial Stomach Multigraph. 


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_ WAPPLER PROTECTIVE SHIELD TROCHOSCOPE 


The need for proper protection for the 

ZlT'r? F,UO -°? COp / L has lon e been recog- 
n zed The principle of the Wappler Protective 
-Shield embodied in this Trochoscope represents 
the most efficient form of protection obtainable 
The cylinder itself consists of sheet metal lined 
with A in. lead. The ends of the cylinder are 

° { ;h a i l lr ° n r lm 1 d WUh lead and are Provided 
with holes for the accommodation of mica in 

sulated conductors; these may be inserted at 
either end. Adequate ventilation for the tube 

3 the 

The tubeholder is so designed that the tube 
may be placed within it and then the tube and 

Shield def Shd mt ° 3 gr00ve in the Protective 

A formica filter * in. thick is permanently 
attached to the orifice through which the rays 
emerge. The Fluoroscopic Shutter Housing is 
of characteristic Wappler quality construction. 


The Shutter itself, which is controlled by twin 
knobs, will form a square opening, rectangular 
°P eni £g> or slots either lengthwise or crosswise, 
•the Protective Shield, with Fluoroscopic Shut¬ 
ter Housing suspended from a ball bearing 

equipped truck which runs on two round steel 
bars provided for this purpose, is part of the 
A-1440 equipment. These bars are attached 
between the wooden frames of the Number 

hour Table below the flat wooden bars referred 
to in the description of the Number Four Table 
itself. Holes are provided in the wooden frames 
to accommodate the bolts which hold the bars, 
thus, the Protective Shield Trochoscope is free 
to move in both directions and, therefore, pro¬ 
vides a Fluoroscopic field practically the entire 
length and width of the Table. The actual 

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i , :111 * laterally. A lock is provided 

whereby the Protective Shield Trochoscope may 
be locked in any position. 


1 


SCREEN HOLDER 


The post which supports the Screen Holder 
is fitted into the shutter housing. The twin 
knob controls of the shutter are located at the 
top of this post. Just below these controls, the 
inime support is placed so that it projects over 
the 1 able at the average height required for 
f luoroscopic examination. This is pivoted so 
that it will move up or down. A ratchet pre- 
yents it from falling on the patient. At the 
end of this Arm is a fork which holds the 
f luoroscopic Screen Frame in such manner that 
the frame is free to be twisted or tilted in two 
directions. Whilst the arrangement provides 
that the Screen Frame and Protective Shield 
travel in unison, thus enabling the lead glass of 
the screen frame to protect the operator at all 
times from the direct ray, the Screen Frame 


may be swung around entirely out of the way 

n/ Wh “ movin g ^e patient on 

off the Table. This arrangement is par¬ 
ticularly advantageous in stomach work when 
it is desired to radiograph the patient from 
above with the Serial Stomach Multigraph 
a ter having located the duodenum through the 
latter by fluoroscoping from below. 

The Screen Frame is of aluminum, will ac¬ 
commodate the 11 in. x 14 in. Fluoroscopic 
Screen, and is equipped with a piece of lead 
glass. 

The use of the Coolidge Filament Regulator 
on movable pedestal adds to convenience in 
Fluoroscopy. 


FLUOROSCOPIC BUCKY DIAPHRAGM 


The Wappler Flat Bucky Diaphragm with 
stationary grids is very advantageous in elimi¬ 
nating secondary radiation, particularly when 
rluoro«icoping heavy patient*. 

Hie Screen Holder may be provided with 
means to accommodate the Wappler Flat 
Microscopic Bucky Diaphragm within it. It is 


held in place by a thin sheet of Formica at 
back of the screen holder and is readily remov¬ 
able. Because the Screen Frame accomodat¬ 
ing Screen only differs from that accpmmodat- 
ing both Screen and Fluoroscopic Bucky, the 
kind required should be specified when order¬ 
ing. 


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CASSETTE HOLDER 


Thi9 Cassette Holder consists of a light 
metal frame, designed to accommodate the 
Wappler 11 in. x 14 in. Cassette. It is made 
so that it can be readily attached to the No. 
A-1452 Screen Holder, by removing the thin 


Formica sheet, which holds the Bucky Grid in 
place, and inserting the Cassette Holder into 
the same grooves which the Formica sheet has 
been removed from. 




Filament Regulator on Movable Pedestal. 


MAST UNIT 


The No. A-1444 Mast Unit consists of a 
hard wood frame, mahogany finish, with metal 
brackets, by means of which the unit is at¬ 
tached to the end of the Number Four Table, 
being held in place by the bolts which pass 
through the wooden frame supports of the 
Table and engage in the upper and lower 
round bars. A noteworthy feature of this Mast 
Unit is that the highest grade of insulation is 


provided for the High Tension Masts—Micanite. 
Part of each mast is enclosed within a wooden 
column. At the top of the masts are terminals 
for connection to an aerial high tension system. 
The lower portion of the masts within the 
housing is equipped with one single and one 
double Wappler Encapsulated Reels, from 
which the high tension current is conveyed to 
the Protective Shield. 


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11 S FLAT. These words immediately sue- 
gest to you as a Roentgenologist, many ad¬ 
vantages in the use of a Bucky Table, including 
greater proximity of grid to film, greater detail 
over the entire film, and convenience of manin- 
ulating the patient. When furnished as a 
portable apparatus, intended for use outside of 
a Wappler Number Four Table, the Bucky Dia- 
phragm is equipped with a Formica cover 
" t,u £k; but when furnished as part of the 
Number Four Table Equipment— as is usually 
the case—this cover is omitted and the Buckv 
Diaphragm is equipped with a rolling device 
which consists of ball bearings running upon 
the flat rails referred to in the description of 


the Number Four Table, and rollers above 
which enable the Bucky Diaphragm to be 
moved along the rads even though the weight 
of the patient above the table top may detires* 
the top slightly. As this Bucky Diaphragm 
can be moved along the rails, it can be located 
at the required position. A lock bar is pro¬ 
vided which engages into the tubestand on the 
Table so that the tubestand and Bucky Dia¬ 
phragm may travel in unison and retain the 
proper position of the tube target over the 
center of the Bucky Diaphragm, or the lock 
may be disengaged for separate travel if 
desired. 




BUCKY DIAPHRAGM CONSTRUCTION 


Ihe grid itself is built of lead and wood 
tripapproximately sixteen to the inch. Each 
lead -trip converged to a focal point approxi¬ 
mately 27 in. above the film. The lead strip is 
only .OOfi in. thick. Whilst the total excursion 
of the grid is J % in., the excursion during X- 


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Ray exposure is only 1% in.; therefore, only 
% in. either side of the true theoretical center. 

The grid travels in a horizontal plane with 
no rising or falling at the ends. This permits 
the tnuximuin of distance between film and 
patient over the entire area of the film. 


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BUCKY DIAPHRAGM MECHANISM 

9 

In the operation of Bucky Diaphragms, 
various methods have been employed, includ¬ 
ing clock work, spring with oil check, etc., but 
in practice many of them have developed errors 
or weaknesses. The Wappler Bucky Diaphragm, 

operated by a small universal electric motor 
with a governor device, maintains constant 
speed, similar to the principle used in dicta¬ 
phones and other similar devices where uni¬ 
formity of speed is essential. 

BUCKY DIAPHRAGM MANIPULATION 

The electric drive, mentioned above, facili¬ 
tates manipulation. There are no cranks to 
wind up or big levers to pull over; in fact, 
nothing to set. When the patient is ready and 
the cassette is in place, merely throw on the 
switclr—that is all. The grid starts to move; 
very quickly thereafter, a contact is automat¬ 
ically made which, by suitable connection to 
the X-Ray machine, commences the exposure. 
Before the grid reaches the end of its excur- 

sion, this contact is opened, the X-Ray exposure 
stops, and then the grid stops. All the above 
is entirely without attention of the operator, 
who does not need to listen for a bell to ring 
or watch for a light, but may devote his entire 
attention to the patient. 

If necessary, a second exposure may be made 
immediately thereafter without any resetting of 
the grid, because it functions just as well trav¬ 
eling in one direction as in the other. 

BUCKY DIAPHRAGM TIMING 

The length of exposure — and at the same 
time, of course, the duration of the grid’s ex¬ 
cursion—is set by turning a knob, which not 
only sets the time but also rotates a dial indi¬ 
cator, which makes visible the length of time 
for which the apparatus is set. It is note¬ 
worthy that, because of the electric motor drive 
and the accurate governor, this timing is strik- 

ingly accurate in comparison with the grids of 
oil type. 

The range of timing is one second to ten 
seconds. In the event that longer exposures are 
desired, it is recommended to make two or 
more exposures which may be done with no 
more than one second’s delay between each 
part of the exposure. 

CASSETTES WITH BUCKY DIAPHRAGM 

The Wappler Bucky Diaphragm is equipped 
with a tray having adjustable blocks, enabling 
it to accommodate cassettes of any size up to 

maximum outside dimensions of 19% in. x 
19y 2 in. 

SAFETY 


The current used to actuate the Bucky Dia¬ 
phragm i» ordinary 110 volts electric lighting 
circuit. A ground wire is provided and a 
grounded condenser is connected across the 
motor terminals. There is, therefore, no more 
danger of electrical shock to the patient than in 


the use of electrically lighted diagnostic instru¬ 
ments. The X-Ray timing switch is not in 
electrical contact with the X-Ray Transformer 
circuit because it is designed to actuate a 
solenoid or relay switch. 


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WAPPLER STEREOSCOPIC TUBESTAND 


The Wappler Stereoscopic Tubestand is 
recognized as the most satisfactory tubestand 
in use by the Roentgenologist today. Because 
of its correct mechanical design, embodying ball 
bearings throughout, and the skilled workman¬ 
ship employed in the execution of the design 
all movements of the tubestand can be carried’ 
out with remarkable facility and precision 
An outstanding feature of the tubestand is that 
the main carriage does not travel upon the 
upright round column. Instead, the moving 
parts are suspended on ball bearings on the 
top of the column and slide upon two vertical 
flat rods suspended therefrom. All movements 
can be instantly and positively locked in the 
required position. Scales show the actual 
measurements in inches or degrees. Another 
striking feature of this tubestand is that the 
tilt required for stereoscopic shift is automati¬ 
cally set according to the plate-target distance 
by the turn of a screw to a sliding gauge. 

The tubestand is mounted on ball bearing 
trucks which slide along rails, provided for the 
purpose, attached to the table. Means are 


provided to engage a lock bar of the Bucky 
Diaphragm so that both Bucky Diaphragm and 
Tubestand may slide along the Table in unison. 
A positive stop is provided on the Tubestand 
so that after centering the tube over the Bucky 
Diaphragm, the tube carriage may be swung 
around to facilitate placing the patient, and 
swung back so that the stop automatically 
brings the tube to the correct centered position 
as before. 

Roentgenologists using the Wappler Number 
Four Table frequently use the tubestand of it 
in conjunction with a Wappler Vertical Film 
Changer placed either at the end of the Table 
or to the side of it. In either case, the Stereo¬ 
scopic Tubestand can be employed for this 
purpose and its use may be facilitated by the 
addition of a magnetic trip which causes the 
tube carriage to descend vertically the required 
stereoscopic distance. In some cases, the labor¬ 
atory conditions make it necessary for the 
tubestand to travel beyond the limits of the 
Table. In this case, an extended side rail unit 
8 ft. 8 in. long may be provided. 


WAPPLER SERIAL STOMACH MULTIGRAPH 


This device is particularly valuable in 
stomach work. This consists of a tunnel hav¬ 
ing a lead cover with 5 in. x 6 in. opening in 
the center. A tray is provided which accommo¬ 
dates a 10 in. x 12 in. cassette. Grooves are 
cut in the tunnel so that the tray may be put 
into any of four different positions consecu¬ 
tively, each position bringing beneath the 5 in. 
x 6 in. opening a quarter of the film, thus 
enabling a series of four stomach pictures to 
be taken upon the same film. Without the tray 
or cassette being in place, the patient may be 


fluoroscoped from below through the multi¬ 
graph, thus enabling the operator to properly 
locate the duodenum and be sure that it is 
within the field of the opening. The multi¬ 
graph may then be locked at the correct posi¬ 
tion, the tubestand swung into place above, and 
the series of exposures made as described pre¬ 
viously. 

The illustration on Page 11 shows the Stom- 0 
ach Multigraph in portable form. This construc¬ 
tion is modified to accommodate it for use be¬ 
neath the table top. 


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WAPPL ER DENTAL X-RAY UNIT 


AUTOMATIC TIMER 


Some Dentists experience difficulty in con¬ 
sistently and accurately measuring, by personal 
counting, a series of exposures. This is espe¬ 
cially true when careful attention must be given 
to a nervous patient. 

The use of the Wappler Automatic Dental 
Timer does your counting for you and enables 
full attention to be given to the patient. The 


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WAPPLER SERVICE 


The Wappler Dental X-Ray Unit may be ob¬ 
tained through any Wappler Sales and Service 
Agency or Wappler Distributor on such a liberal 
time payment basis that the use of the apparatus 
in your office should enable it to pay for itself 
This plan puts this modem X-Ray Unit at your 
disposal immediately and enables you to benefit 
by its use. 


staff! 1 7f p P le " a "d Distributors have 

m ff wlT ned v p Chni T C , iaJls qualified to install 
the Wappler X-Ray Unit in your office to 

demonstrate its operation, and to give adequate 

:rirY hat !T are lhorou S hl >' competent to 
take the finest diagnostic dental radiographs 

Subsequently, if you need their help, they are 
within reach—at your service. 


Catalog 

Number 

A-1312 


A-1317 


A-1318 


A-1319 


A-1307 


A-1370 


Description 

WAPP LE R DENTAL X-RAY UNIT, with Right Angle 
Coolidge Tube, Protective Lead Glass Tubeshield, 
Aluminum Cone and Hand Switch, 110 volts 60 cycles 
or 75 volts 60 cycles, Alternating Current. 

7^ PLER DENTAL X-RAY UNIT as above but with 
lin SWITCH instead of Hand Switch, 

Current 60 ^° r 75 V ° ltS 60 cycle3 ’ Alterna ting 

WAPPLER DENTAL X-RAY UNIT same as A-1312 
with Hand Switch but for 110 volts 25 cycles, Alternat¬ 
ing Current. 

X-RAY UNIT as above but with 
AUTOMATK: TIME SWITCH instead of Hand Switch, 
HU volts 25 cycles, Alternating Current. 

Rotary Converter for operating the A-1312 Wappler Den- 
, X-nay Unit on 110 volts Direct Current, with inlet 
cable. 

W'lppb-r Automatic Lime Switch for Wappler Dental 
X Ray Unit, with connecting cord. 


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canal fillings can easily be made. Necrotic 
bone areas, cysts, odontomes, pulp stones, de¬ 
posits of secondary dentine in canals, serumal 
deposits and many other interesting and im¬ 
portant features of pathology and abnormality 
are frequently brought plainly into view. 

Mention might here be made of some of 


the many conditions in oral diagnosis in 
which the radiograph is an invaluable aid. It 
discloses, in most instances, the presence of 
condensing and rarefying osteitis, alveolar 
and apical absorptions, fractures of the max¬ 
illa and mandible, and of the teeth, multiple 
and fused roots of teeth, the presence and 


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X-RAYS 

SHOULD BE AVAILABLE 
IN EVERY DENTIST’S OFFICE 


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X-Ray Apparatus is an essential part of the 
progressive dentist’s office equipment. 

Dr. James H. Prothero, writing in the Feb¬ 
ruary, 1924, issue of “The Dental Student,” says 
in part: 

“By means of the X-Ray one may literally 
look into the bony structures of the jaws and 
there discover diseased areas and departures 
from normal conditions which, without its use, 


looked remain ° bSCUre ° r be entlrel >- over- 

By means of diagnostic wires it can be 
determined whether canals have been cleared 
and opened to the root apices. Foreign bodies 
in canals and root perforations are easily dis¬ 
cernible. The presence and position of broken 
needles in soft tissue can be determined with 
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f "; e for re 1 ferr,n K cases. It enables you to 

'omJbion fl f.° °r bef ° re heKinnin « the 
condition after ending your work. To show 

afford/Iim' 8 ln , p,ctur « form to your patient 
affords him much satisfaction: if you present 

Z,” ,h « duplicate film™ Ihe mourns 

fi aring your name and address—he will surely 
,’ w Ihern to his friends. 

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i . " Irr whether he should have „„ X Kay 
lf not ic niUMt have, one, otherwise ho 


would not be modern and progressive. 

• Y e D ^ a PP^ er Electric Company, specializing 
in X-Ray Apparatus for the last twenty-eight 
years, devoted its resources to the development 
and production of a high quality X-Ray Unit 
haying all the means to meet the exacting re¬ 
quirements of Dental Radiography—yet at a 
price so low that no practising dentist need hesi¬ 
tate to install it in his office and benefit by its 
use. 

I he essentials of an X-Ray unit suited to your 
office are;— 


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locution of submerged roots and fragments 
abnormally formed roots, exostosis and ex 
cementosis, impacted .. „ a u ex ' 

teeth, carious areas in supernumerary 

teeth and the / comparatively sound 

and crowns.” 6 CCUrrem — “" d - 
T %fr? ha ° mcgan of March, 1926, says: 

about M r C S g “ e C n a3 a e n t e R re 8 y ° Ung ' ady ° f 

her teeth r ,r X R . ay examina tl0n of 

made- One! ^ lbe . folIowln e findings were 
2 vorv ,. arge . cavlt y> 2 medium size cavities, 
2 very small cavtttes, 1 filling failing at the 
cervical margin, and 1 filling with *a Iar« 
overhang encroaching on the interproximal 
t ssues, seven findings in all. This same pa¬ 
tient was examined by ten dentists by the 


visually^ will! 'ihe^foll tHa mout1 } mirr or and 
fists found 2 of ,h 7 W c ng . reSull8: Two de "- 
and 2 found none. Th"s is^OO^ 1 f^ ^ 
life part of ten dentists to finT n fadure 0n 
portion of those found by the X Rav ” “ Pr °‘ 

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but also on account rf l 5 >ro f duces direct income 

its presenceTn your offie 6 im P ressi °" 

tient. The discrimhL; makes u P° n the P a - 
extensive dental work^-s^V'n 1 ’ cont '-;mplating 
only the skill nf i arefully considers not 

quired. An X-Ray unit a a l j * eIylce * fe- 
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2. Adequate X-Ray Power. 

2 Adaptability of X-Ray Tube Holder. 

3. Flexibility of Electrical Control. 

4. Simplicity. 


The Wappler Dental X-Ray Unit is equipped X-Ray tube to its full r 

with the standard Right Angle Coolidge X-Ray peres at forty-two thousand b ° tu” mUliam - 

Tube designed especially for Dental Radiog- X-Ray n ctU re S ° h,a m d Tle r «ultam 

raphy. The Unit generates the proper form of -show fine de^d Zd W ' th qUlck ex P^ures 

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6. Mobility. 

7. Fine appearance. 

8. Listing by Underwriters. 


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ADAPTABILITY OF X 



shield*" u ' R Y Tube . 18 encased by a leaded glass 

thro mh ,r eVen n the emi89i0n of X Ra y« except 
hr.ugh the orifice toward the patient. Over 

9 " r "'ce is fitted an aluminum cone which 
.. es not only as a filter hut also as a pointer 
to guide the Dentist in directing the Rays. The 
Ho der and Arm which holds the X-Ray tube 
and shield is so designed that it is adaptable to 
an dental radiographic needs. It can be length- 

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aisif ng . 1 ° r eft 0f ,he P atient ; it can be 
ihit ,h° r lowered ’ or tu ™ed in any direction so 
hat the correct position of the X-Ray tube can 
be obtained for the proper radiographing of the 
entne set of teeth—uppers and lowers—all with 
the utmost facility and without the handling of 
any screws or knobs. 

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FLEXIBILITY OF ELECTRICAL CONTROL 


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Most dental radiographs are taken at a uni¬ 
form electrical output. The Wappler Dental 
X-Ray Unit operates from a source of alternat¬ 
ing current, usually an electric light outlet. As 
the voltage from this source may not be con¬ 


stant at all times, the X-Ray Unit is provided 
with a ten step auto-transformer to compensate 
for variations of line voltage and to permit the 
required uniform X-Ray voltage to be obtained 
regardless of these fluctuations. The proper 


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working voltage is indicated by a red mark on 
a voltmeter. 

A separate “Coolidge Filament Control is 
provided to adjust the current llow—indicated 
on a milliarnpercmetcr. 


The X-Ray is turned on—the exposure made 

_by pressing the handswitch, which is part ot 

the standard equipment, or an automatic timer. 

A main switch, with indications Un — 
“Off,” which is built into the Unit, cuts oil ie 
current from the entire apparatus. 


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SIMPLICITY 


It is recognized that the Dentist has many 
things to think about, therefore simplicity lias 
been considered of great importance in the de¬ 
sign and construction of the Wappler Dental 
X-Ray Unit.—Simplicity of manipulation—Sim- 


SMALL FLOOR SPACE 


When not in use, the X-Ray Tube Arm ca 
pushed up out of the way so that it does 
protrude beyond the cabinet. As the basi 


this cabinet measures about 18" by 
floor space occupied is only two and 
square feet. 


MOBILITY 


FINE APPEARANCE 


t-.marnhip that is employed in 
•iml electrical construction of 
■otal X Ray Unit is manifested 
fed to the external finish. The 
constructed of mahogany ply- 
togariy finished in that rich, 


lasting mahogany polish so befitting to the Den¬ 
tist’s office. The metal parts are finished in 
smooth buked-on black japan, relieved by nickel. 
Its lines are graceful and pleasing. In short, 
its fine appearance appeals to a person of cul¬ 
ture and refinement. 


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hy the National Hoard of Fire Underwriters 
and endorsed hy “Twenty-Eight Years of Sat¬ 
isfied Users.” 


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RADIOGRAPHIC AND FLUOROSCOPIC 


TRANSFORMER AND CONTROL UNIT 


mice, having over all dimensions of 15 in. wide 
by 13 in. deep by 34 in. high. It is finished in 
• black crystal and black japan. The panel, con¬ 
taining the controls, is sloped to suit the conveni¬ 
ence of the operator. This panel is of special 
dark green finish with light bronze figure relief 
1 he controls consist of main switch, auto-trans¬ 
former selective switch, and filament rheostat 
Mounted on tire panel are a volt meter, showing 
voltage impressed upon the primary transformer 
windings, secondary kilo volts and inches back¬ 
up; a milliamperemeter reading 0 to 30 Ma.. 
and a pilot light. This pilot light is located be- 


tween two meters and consists of a six-volt low 
candlepower colored lamp. It serves as a signal 
to show when the main switch is on and also to 
ake visible the dials of the meter without 
etriment to proper fluoroscopic examination in 
a tarkened room. This lamp illuminates imme- 
ciiateiy upon turning on the main switch and is 
independent of all other controls. The X-Rav 

tUrned on by means of a footswitch 
Which it IS recommended to use in connec on 
with this apparatus and for which terminals are 

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equipment 


The standard equipment consists of the 
Transformer, Control Unit, and 8 feet of mul¬ 
tiple cable connecting them. . High tension con- 

K m f ay tl be ma r 6 fr ° m the high tension 
terminals of the transformer to a pipe aerial or 


Wappler Encapsulated Reels-one single and 

,l°" b h I r-* lt f che , d 1° ,be accord 

ng to the needs of the installation. Neither 
the outfit' 00tSWltCh 3re included in the Price of 


Cat. No. 
A-1805 


A-1812 


Description 

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Unh 0 fo r r a fin iC ai ? d Fluorosco Pic Transformer and Control 

V U 60 Cy u e o alternat *ng current, 75, 110, 155 and 
olts, with 8 feet of multiple connecting cable- 
without reels, without footswitch. g cable ~ 

mf 1 '°g rapbic and Fluoroscopic-.Transformer and Control 
cycled * 33 above but for 110 v olts and.220 Volts, 25 

Trasi 

by 0 \9 in h deel TTans J°[ mer measures 19 in. wide 

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Hotary Converter, 110 Volts, direct current, 10 Ma. capac¬ 
ity, including snap switch, inlet and outlet cables. 

Rotary Converter, 110 Volts, direct current. 30 Ma. Capac- 
I y. including switch panel equipped with main switch, 
an,] automatic, starter also inlet and outlet cables. 

Rotary Converter, ns above, but for 220 Volin, direct 
current 


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to the usual Wappler standard h filT “* 
requirements, including that of 1 i y 

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energ,2e elther "'e 10 Ma. or the 30 Ma 


Radiator Type Coolidge Tube to full capacitv 
hen operated from an adequate supply lj^ ' 
fi % means of ten steps of auto-transformer and 
fine gradations of Coolidge filament controls the 
range of back-up is from 3 in. to 5 in and thl 
range of current is from 1 Ma. to 30 Ma 



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for the roentgenologist 


f Tg e , rontgenologist, with conditions similar 
to that of large hospitals, will find the Wappler 
Radiographic and Fluoroscopic Transformer and 
Control Unit of great convenience. In addition 
to the particular work for which it is purchased, 
it places at the disposal of the roentgenologist a 


reserve source of high tension current for use 

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FOR THE general practitioner 


The Wappler Radiographic and Fluoroscopic 
Transformer and Control Unit is an ideal appa- 

f a .V S r e g< f neral Practitioner desiring to do 
both radiography and fluoroscopy. It can be 
used in connection with the Wappler High Ten- 
sion Coronaless Aerial System and Tube Stand 


mech radiographic work. It is electrically an, 
mechanically efficient, and is easily combine! 
with the Wappler Junior Vertical Fluoroscop, 
and Power Plant of the Composite Number Si: 
fable. 


INSTALLATION 


•The usual installation would be made in one 
a way,: Th 16 brs t in connection with an 

I- L y, 'T‘ V which ca9e thR Transformer 
wo, Jd be placed on a shelf out of the way, or 

? r' >r 'T ,lb b ‘ gb tension terminals con- 
r irectly and permanently to the aerial 
y em. the other type of installation would be 
,nn ' directly to a Vertical Fluoroscope, 


having the transformer placed at the rear of th 
apparatus. The transformer may be utilized als, 
in connection with other apparatus as individua 
units. 

Hie standard lengtli of multiple cable, con 
necling the transformer with the control unit 
is 8 feet. Any reasonable length may be fur 
niahed on request. 


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RADIOGRAPHIC AND 

- Mm, .. .. , . . . HANbFORMER AND CONTROL UNIT 


JNTROL UNIT 


TRANSFORMER 


* ,,c ''u'lugc oi uie i ranstormer is such as to 
produce from 3 in. to 5 in. back-up when used 
to excite a Coolidge Radiator Type Tube. The 
current capacity is from 1 Ma. to 30 Ma. It is 
oil immersed, and incorporated within the tank 
ts the Coolidge Filament Transformer. Both 
the High Tension Terminals are “live.” The 
center of the High Tension windings is con¬ 
nected to ground, thus making the potential be- 


the ee .otaf JoTtage 6 ^ “ d gr ° Und half that ° f 

dilnensio 1 ns of th e Transformer 
exclusive of the terminals are 1414 in . wide by 

usua/'w^l Y h n in ' hi ? h ’ The terminals have 
^ect 3^ PP i er u g ins u ulation totality, and pro¬ 
ject a/. inches above the transformer top. The- 


to full capacity 
t supply line, 
transformer and 
?nt controls, the 
o 5 in. and the 
o 30 Ma. 


CONTROL UNIT 


>pic room en 
11 times—irre- 
r radiographic 


iu me various uses tor which the equipment is 
intended. Connections are provided in the Con¬ 
trol Unit so that the Unit in conjunction with 
the Transformer may be operated on either 110 
volts or 220 volts, alternating current, 60 cycles, 
or by means of a suitable rotary converter—- 
on 110 volts or 220 volts, direct current. As the 
rotary converters will generate about 75 volts or 
155 volts, alternating current, the range of volt¬ 
age connections are therefore 75, 110, 155 and 
220 . 

The Control Unit itself 


Tent for use 
Transformer 
msformer is 
dent to op- 
1 its f ull ca- 


is of pleasing appear- 


Ideally and 
' combined 
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CAPACITY The capacity of the Wa , p 

se ir f .r . lt win energize &r Porta ^l e X-Ray Unit is *uch 

Connerf* 1 y, . ng L a ^ Iator ty P e Coolidge tuh#» ten, anc * l ^ e thirty milliampere 

connect.°n is that it is not necessary to W- " lmportant *«* to consider in this 

cln hT m, l 1,ampe , re se,f - re <=tifying tvne „7r *W ial tube for this unit ' The ten 
a U 1 ed ,n the Wappler Porta kl v i~°°hdge tube that you use regularly 
■s effected. The Unit L show n on p X R % Unit ' Thus a decided saving 
erna mg currents of HO volts from tk* 6 18 ready for operation on 

ir 3 07V rP ?" t . ° nl ? iS ava dable, a 8 ^|1 h °«°e-lighting circuit. If 

• 7' . .* ,s ’ °f course, obvious that T convert er is required (Catalog 
special wiring will be required on th^ U 3 °- milliam P-es are to be used- 
capacity rotary converter on the direct ^ternating current circuit, and a larger 

uireci current circuit 

CONTROL BOX The „ 

rfw £53^*^^ zzz 

the patient if desired. (This detail Is sho«7 J- ^ ° perator cai > stand near 
the Control Box there is also set a milliam d,st,nct ly «■> Page Three.) In 
voltmeter, which shows the gap i„ Kilo vTlt and the ®P^ial Wappler 
“ ^elusive feature in thisajplrafus™^ 3& Ba eh-up inches. This is 
It makes possible setting the gap, by merelv turn' VI °.’f S y ’ a ver y desirable one. 
switch until the desired gap in inches ;<? * auto-transformer control 

filament control then is turLd u 7d tL JiM’^ ‘ he voltmet -‘ The 
milhamperage passing through the tube. m,11,am P er emeter shows the desired 

STAbTu^ING^E^S^ P A a 7r? ted Wappler feature, a 

COMBINED. By means of thTs dIvke t k?^k AN ? FILAMENT WINDING 

of the operator. Thus, if the filament’ f * , b ® Can be contro, Ied at the will 

by means of the auto-transformer control P 1 *. X_Ra y can be varied 

which a radiator type tube will safelv carrv 7 P t i netrat J on U P to the maximum 
perage. Thi, process can bl rever'ed so tTaT t^ k "t™ 8 the Set mil,ia - 
set, and the milhamperage varied by meJc 5 £ ££3 ZJSSTSSSt. “ 

TRANSFORMER The Transformer—mounted complete in one box— 

befnT^Tii ThJ.e t 7“ ,fo, ™ er pa * e which can be buttoned back when it is 

is i^eTnd n t P * OUt r the COVer the transformer 

in use and prevent any possibility of its tipping over. 

ACCESSORY CASE The Accessory Case contains the tube arm 

w l,„ ... i , , demounted, accessory cables and switches, 

Tar^Vd tk ’* packed , for transportation. The tube and shield are also 
1'nil- IT . case, assembled. An_exclusixe_feature-of-th&_Wappler Portables 

at a ir Awwuu e n N^tntireiv removSFi^ 

o con.rracttd tlmrir'ETn be used as a' PLATE-CHANGING TUNNEL..—The 
rm is extremely flexible and permits the easy placing of the tube in 
*ny necessary position. It is strongly constructed of wood, reinforced with 
a mished in black rubberoid paint, and may be mounted either on the 
cans orrnar itself, or upon the Portable Carriage, as illustrated. 

e whole unit can be dismounted in approximately five minutes, and 
■e,asse-rnMed, ready for operation, in practically the same time. It is extremely 
light, absolutely efficient and a most useful apparatus in many ways. 


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L/nit is such 
milliampere 
isider in this 
lit. The ten 

se regularly 
ided saving 
>eration on 
circuit. If 
d (Catalog 


-main on 
control; 
ipounted 
ind near 


ree.; In 
Wappler 
This is 
able one. 
r control 
sr. The 
i desired 


sature, a 

TNDING 

the will 
amperes 
f varied 
aximum 
nilliam- 
ation is 
ritch. 


TWENTY 


FIVE YEARS OF SATISFIED USERS 


COMPANY, Inc. 

SHOW-ROOMS 

173 E. 87th ST., NEW YORK 


GENERAL OFFICES AND FACTORY 
LONG ISLAND CITY, N. Y., U. S. A 


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Wappler Portable X-Ray Unit 

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apparatus that could be used both IN THE OFFICE_and AT THE BEDSIHF 

<* Z r, tJ;Jfz.^Lzz p X hr ~t. - —■*>•»> 

the ordinary light socket, either on direct or afen^L connected to 

ail radiographic work-even certain gastro-intiS li^Tke 
duplitized film and double screen technic. In addifir, nk d US ^. tbe 
can be used for fluoroscopic examinations 6 Portable Unit 

,h. three t.,™, lh . SSffc W|, '?” bU J? d »**!,. •< 

the three is light enough to be handler! y VCr . 1 , * b *‘ Each unit of 

weighs only 23 lbs., Accessory and Tube^Bo^o^Sgfi, The Cont >-ol Box 
former cas„ith a capacity^f 30 m£ mp eres^nl y 43 JV*" 

three units are in completely enclosed Wy . . , lbs ' AI1 of these 

and provided with carrying 6 handles 05 W ° 0den CaS6S> finlshed in oak 

It is apparent that the three units can be easilv h»„dl j k 
s,ze —the Control Box, 8"xll"x9"- tke T c y handled by one man. Their 
and Tube case, 7"xl5"xl4"; Accessory 

m any conveyance—and brought to the bedside of *- conve . I Y en tly P^ced 

of exertion. The complete outfit, packed for i 6 pat l ent witb a minimum 
the cover of this bulletin. P transportation, is illustrated on 

The Wappler Portable X-Ray Unit can =1= k 
bedside unit by the addition of l movable -rrin^r & k * Ward ° r hos P !t al 

tion on Page Three. The Portable Carriage ^ in the Hlustra- 

and provides an ideal method of mountingthe^ortabl A }| 3 ° 9) ! ? inexpensive! 
office or as detailed above. The Unit canH ll j tabl f Unit —either in your 
as will be noted in the illustration on Page Thr^ ^Tnl * very easi 'y. 

ih. ..m. fi 0 i,h t, ih‘.'whoi.*';°r t i '('(„".d oS)"TS eon,tru "? 1 ot ■" 

hospital carriage castors. ' and 18 mo «nted on substantial 

( Continent! on 'Page Four) .. 


w At*ni r.n hi. rc. co he N,r. u 


. r 'i' 1 * ' '"f. ,hm : n> “ l,ovr " ><'n<ly for o/>rraton at tlir bed- 

hr ,/ '" Iiirmer way lie /itaceil on a .tm,nil table or chair at the 

rarity titljurted to any /loiition over your //alien!’/ body. 


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PORTABLE X-RAY 
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PORTABLE CARRIAGE 


Including Coolidge Tube 

Complete for 110 Volts A. C. 
60 Cycles 


use T as e a ’ward r or P °be‘ds & ’""MrfV the tl Portnbl . e Carriage is ideal for 

of mounting the apparatus for use in 3 'our°office. Carna0e t> rov,dcs a means 

WAPPLER PORTABLE X-RAY UNIT 

Weight and Dimensions 


Transformer 


Control Box 


Accessory Case 


Portable Carriage 


Cat. No. 
A1308 


A1520d 

A(821 a 

A 1307 
A 1.300 


Weight 
Dimensions 

Dimensions with flaps extended 
Weight 
Measurements 
Weight 
Measurements 
Height—Unit in place 
H?**bt—Without unit in place 

W ‘lu ‘I 1 *® ? rm at maxin, um extension 
dth without tube arm at maximum extension 


Description 

WaP curr.„ P t 0r, ,*, b i e X -, Ray Unit - for alternating 
tra^I?*’ 110 Volt *’ 60 c Y cl «». including 
transformer, control, adjustable wooden 

withe..! 7’u P " tB , tunnel and tubo b °*. 

without tube or shield. ’ 

fChi M 5ti?J? d J a,or L typ " tube 10 ">»• 

Tube Shield for above. 

Jol.1* U f ry Converter, direct current, 110 

Portahll V f 1 Wa P?'* r Portable X-Ray Unit, 
rortahle Carriage (for ward use) 


43 lbs. 
7"xl5"xl4" 
15"xl3"14" 
23 lbs. 
8i4"xl0%"x8%" 

39 lbs. 
23"x8"xl7" 
52" 
36" 
30" 
19" 


Code Word 


Portex 

Corona 

Corlidge 

Radrod 

Woodplat 


-—-TTUOUpiAI 

at'tlgo nfl“ T t n>>0n t i" 1 i 3r> > mllllnmnere Coolidge Tubee 

at $2110.00, tor either HO or 220 volte direct current. 

ere f. o, b. New York and subject to change without notice. 




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Price 


125.00 
25.00 
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